‘Cheer’ Star Jerry Harris Ordered to Terminate THESE Programs After Jail

Disgraced “Cheer” Star jerry harris has a long list of treatment programs to complete in the not so near future.

the explosion reported last week that Navarro’s ex-cheerleader will spend 12 years behind bars following a child pornography conviction.

His time behind bars is very similar to former “19 Kids & Counting” star Josh Duggar’s prison sentence following his child pornography conviction.

Jerry Harris will spend 12 years in prison

Upon his release from prison, Harris was ordered to register as a sex offender and to enroll/complete several mental health treatment programs.

According to reportshe is required to attend a sex offender treatment program, a mental health treatment program and absolutely CANNOT come into contact with any of the minors involved in the case.

He will also have to take all the medications prescribed by his doctors.

Harris originally faced up to 50 years behind bars, and federal prosecutors recommended that Harris spend 15 years locked up.

Harris will have to enter several treatment programs

On Wednesday, July 6, a judge announced the long sentence and many of his friends and family members read statements about his character.

The ex-cheerleader pleaded guilty to one count of receiving child pornography and one count of traveling with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct.

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Harris was first charged in September 2020 when the FBI raided Naperville, IL. home and accused him of producing child pornography.

Authorities say Harris solicited sex from minors in pep contests and coerced teenagers into sending her inappropriate photos.

He will have to register as a sex offender

According to court reports, last February the ‘Cheer’ star pleaded guilty to two counts of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old in the bathroom during a cheering and paying contest. a 17-year-old to send him sexually explicit photos and videos via Snapchat.

TMZThe federal sources report that “Harris was sentenced to eight years to pay $35,000 to the AVAA’s Crime Victims Fund, as well as a court-supervised release after imprisonment.”

He was denied bail pending trial. Prosecutors have argued the former reality TV star could prey on minors if released on bail.

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During his sentencing, the 22-year-old admitted to regretting his decisions and apologized to his victim.

“I am ashamed because I know that I took advantage of your youth and your weakness. I was wrong and selfish. I caused you harm and I don’t blame anyone,” Harris explained.

The shaming cheerleader was a fan favorite during the first season of “Cheer.” He was intense in all aspects and the star of the show.

Harris was a “Cheer” favorite throughout the first season

Harris became known for his encouraging “mat talks” throughout the first season.

Following the hype and popularity of the first season, Harris’ world fell apart. Her child pornography case was briefly addressed during the second season of “Cheer.”

Harris wrote to his former trainer Monique Almada a letter expressing their desire to become a motivational speaker.


Almada admitted she wanted to be “sustainable”, but was very “disappointed”.

“I want to be supportive,” Almada explained, “Yet I’m so disappointed…I have all these emotions just fighting.”