Cheer star Jerry Harris was accused of sexually attacking a 15-year-old boy, based on new court records.
It comes following the actor was arrested and charged last month with the creation of child porn after he allegedly lured an Icelandic boy to make sexually explicit movies and photographs of himself.
Currently, according to the most recent court records filed by prosecutors,” Harris supposedly targeted multiple boys along with”sexually attacked a 15-year old boy” in an occasion. The papers continue to assert the celebrity,”by his own admission”, attacked a 15-year old boy”within an unlocked public toilet, through an event attended by heaps of adults” at 2019.
The files also assert that Harris”victimised at least 5 10 kids who are permanently ruined by his own criminal behavior” and he”repeatedly targeted young boys by simply hitting in their bedrooms via his own mobile phone and employed guilt, dangers, and cash to convince them to participate in sexually explicit action”.
The submitting asserts that among Harris’s alleged victims had been 13 years old if he”started grooming” him and”forced him to ship him sexually explicit photos and movies of himself for a span of decades”.
Prosecutors also asserted that Harris used his newfound fame among the breakout stars from Netflix’s part documentary Cheer to harness his activities further, including:”Harris displays all the symptoms of a serial child predator and unless and until he receives important mental wellness sex offender therapy, he’ll continue being a threat to any kid he experiences, either on line or in person.”
They’re asking that he be detained pending trial.
If convicted on the federal child porn charge, Harris might encounter 30 years .
A spokesperson for the star formerly denied that the allegations for this charge, including:”We dispute that the claims made from Jerry Harris, that might be alleged to have happened when he was a teen. We’re convinced that if the evaluation is finished the facts are shown.”
NME has now contacted a spokesperson for Harris for remark.