‘Chair’ star Jerry Harris has been sentenced to 12 years in prison in a child sex case.

Jerry Harris – who rose to fame on Netflix’s “chair” – was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in federal prison for sexually abusing his children.

According to TMZ, the 22-year-old former chair leader He was in court for his sentence. Friends and supporters read the statements before deciding the judge’s fate.

In February, Harris filed a criminal complaint in her sexual offenses alleging that she solicited sex with teenage boys in cheerleading competitions. Harris’s lawyer at the time Said he wanted “Accept responsibility for his actions and publicly repent for the damage he has done to the victims.”

Harris was sentenced to 50 years in prison after pleading guilty to counting child pornography and traveling with intent to engage in illicit sex.

The post has reached out to Harris’ representatives for comment.

In September 2020, Harris was arrested and charged. According to a complaint filed by the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Chicago, a count of making child pornography but allegedly “receiving X-rated photos from at least 10-15 other people who Were minors. “

Jerry Harris – who rose to fame with Netflix’s “Chair” – was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in federal prison for sexually abusing his children.
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Jerry Harris, 22, was sentenced Wednesday to 12 years in federal prison.
Jerry Harris was a fan favorite, known for his bubbly personality and “Matt Talk” in Netflix’s “Chair” season one.
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The hit Netflix documentaries resolved the allegations during their second season in an episode titled “Jerry”, which included interviews with the twin boys and their mother.

The twins, who are the competitive chair leaders of Texas, said the alleged abuse began when they were 13 and Harris was 19 – and lasted for more than a year.

Prosecutors allege that Harris began asking for pictures of one of the boys in late 2018.

Harris was a fan-favorite athlete – known for his bubbly personality. “Mat talk” In Season 1 of “Happiness”.