Actor Kyle Massey, who starred in “That’s So Raven” and other Disney Channel shows, is accused of sending obscene material to a 13-year-old girl, according to court documents seen by NBC News.
Prosecutors allege that the crime occurred between December 2018 and January 2019 and occurred on Snapchat’s social media platform. Massey, 29, was charged with one time contact with a minor for immoral purposes in King County Superior Court in Washington.
Court documents state that The girl’s mother gave the police a flash drive. in some videos There was a man who looked like Massey had revealed himself, the other was explicit.
The mother told police it was around the same time that her daughter received the message. Massey asked her to send her daughter from Seattle to Los Angeles. to be with him and his girlfriend such documents
Investigators asked Snapchat for the alleged account belonging to Massey and saw a “chat”; between him and a minor supporting the file the mother gave to the police, vouching for possible causes.
It’s unclear whether photos or videos are visible in chat history.
Prosecutors have asked the court to issue a sexual harassment protection order for a minor and prohibit Massey from contacting her. Court documents also show that the state sought an injunction banning Massey from the Internet. “No computer monitoring system installed”
Massey did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday.
This victim, who was not named due to her age. It sued the actor in 2019 for $1.5 million, alleging he sent her “massively sexually explicit messages, photos and videos” on Snapchat.
Massey said in a statement to TMZ as he was extorted. “Children should not be exposed to sexually explicit material. And I categorically deny the alleged misconduct,” Massey said in a statement released by his attorney, Lee Hutton.
Massey is best known for playing Cory Baxter on Disney Channel’s “That’s So Raven” from 2003 to 2007. He starred in the spin-off series “Cory in the House” until 2008. Massey also. It’s on the Disney Channel movie “Life is Ruff”.
In 2010, he competed on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” and finished second with his partner Lacey Schwimmer.
Massey failed to appear on Monday to be prosecuted and an arrest warrant has been postponed, according to the King County Superior Court. His next hearing is scheduled for July 12.
Doha Madani contribute