Cheerleader Jerry Harris is being investigated by the FBI after he allegedly solicited sex and sexually explicit photos from minors.
Agents with the FBI executed a search warrant at his home in Naperville, Illinois, on Monday afternoon as part of the investigation, sources told USA Today.
A spokesperson with the bureau confirmed law enforcement were conducting court-authorized activity in the area, but declined to elaborate further.
Harris, 21, the breakout star of Netflix's docuseries Cheer, has not yet been criminally charged.
Harris has not yet publicly commented on the allegations or subsequent investigation. A representative from the talent management agency Digital Brand Architects, to which he is signed, has not responded to a DailyMail.com request for comment.
Cheerleader Jerry Harris, famed for his appearance on Netflix's Cheer, is being investigated by the FBI after he allegedly solicited sex and sexually explicit photos from minors
The criminal probe is based on allegations that were reported to police separately by Varsity, the global authority of competitive cheerleading.
In letters to police in Florida and Texas dated August 1, the company's chief legal officer Burton Brilhart said Varsity had learned of 'inappropriate sexual conduct' allegations against Harris and was disclosing the information to authorities as legally required.
'As a result of the recent allegation, we have barred this person from having any affiliation with Varsity Brands or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates, now and in the future,' Brillhart wrote, as reported by USA Today.
Included within the letters were two screenshots. In one of the images, taken from Snapchat, a picture said to show the upper part of Harris' face, is accompanied with a message reading, 'Would you ever want to f***'. It's unclear when the image was taken.
The second screenshot, consisting of a series of text messages from a May 2, 2019 exchange, reportedly shows an individual named 'jerry harris' writing: 'Hey btw I