New Court Documents Reveal 'Sick' Details Into Claims Against Cheer Star Jerry Harris
New court documents revealed the conduct of Jerry Harris who was charged with sharing child pornography earlier this month. In case you missed it, Jerry, the star of Netflix's Cheer , was apprehended by the authorities on charges that he was trying to hook up with young boys.
Page Six picked up on the 28-page criminal complaint in which it was alleged that Harris tried to have sex with two 14-year-old boys, twins. The 21-year-old wrote in the text message exchange, "do it naked and take a video and show me."
The outlet claims the conversation was in relation to an underaged boy performing a cheering routine known as the needle. Prosecutors at the US Attorney's Office of Chicago claim that after he was told the child was just 13-years-old, he proceeded to ask for pictures of his "face and booty" anyway.
The 13-year-old eventually accepted his invitation to send nude pictures, which Harris responded to with videos and images of his own, including one featuring him masturbating. While at a cheerleading camp in February 2019, Harris allegedly attempted to get the young boy to give him oral sex.
The young boy refused. Harris has also been accused of making similar sexual advances toward his twin brother on Snapchat, including one message in which he asked him if he would ever want to "****," which was to mean, "f*ck."
Thus far, Harris has been charged with one count of producing child pornography. Harris has admitted to similar behavior with 10-15 other minors as well.
Harris also admitted to having oral and anal sex with a 15-year-old boy while at a cheerleading event in 2019. He also exchanged photos with 17-year-old boys after offering them money.
Harris later wrote a message to both of the twins, saying he was "sorry for what I've done in the past." Even though Harris had admitted to the charges in a court of law, his representatives have denied the allegations against him.
The criminal charges against the Cheer star come just a few days after the parents of the twin boys filed a $1 million suit against him.