After doing time for his child pornography case, “Cheer” star Jerry Harris will be subject to a long list of requirements, including finishing several treatment programs.
According to TMZ, some legal documents available to them state that Harris’ registration as a sex offender is just the beginning of his woes. He must adhere to the terms of his supervised release, which includes attending a mental health program and taking any medications that the treatment facility prescribes.
Additionally, he will have to complete a program for sex offenders that may involve psychiatric and physical evaluations.
In addition to the treatment, there is an obvious requirement: Harris is not permitted to interact with the children who are a part of his case.
As we reported earlier, Harris was given a 12-year prison term last week after a number of his friends and fans read aloud criticisms of the disgraced reality star.
After pleading guilty to one count of receiving child pornography and one count of traveling with the purpose to engage in unlawful sexual activity, he was facing a sentence of up to 50 years. The court was somewhat kind considering that the prosecution had called for a 15-year sentence.