‘Cheer’: Which Navarro Cheerleaders Are Coming Back Next Season Amid Jerry Harris Arrest

by Jeremy Spirogis
La’Darius Marshall, Monica Aldama, Gabi Butler and Jerry Harris

Though Cheer was successful when it premiered on Netflix, the way forward for the present has been unsure. First, the 2020 cheer competitors season was canceled because of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic after which breakout star Jerry Harris bumped into some authorized bother, making his future on the present unsure. So, who’s coming again to Navarro College?

La’Darius Marshall, Monica Aldama, Gabi Butler and Jerry Harris
La’Darius Marshall, Monica Aldama, Gabi Butler and Jerry Harris | Jim Spellman/Getty Images

What occurred with Jerry Harris?

Earlier this month, information broke {that a} prison investigation was underway after 14-year-old twin brothers alleged that Harris had solicited sexual content material from them and harassed them. The incidents occurred when the boys had been 13 and Harris was 19.

According to courtroom information obtained by USA Today, Harris admitted to soliciting and receiving sexual Snapchat messages from 10 to 15 minors. He additionally admitted to having intercourse with a minor at a cheerleading competitors and stated that he paid a 17-year-old for nude photos.

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Harris is curently in jail, ready to see if he can be launched on bond.

Who is returning to ‘Cheer’?

As Harris’ future with Navarro is up within the air, followers have been questioning who will return. Because, the competitors season was canceled, a whole lot of the Navarro College cheerleaders have one other 12 months of eligibility left.

“They don’t use their eligibility unless they actually compete, so some did come back that would have probably not, like Gabi Butler,” Navarro coach Monica Aldama informed HollywoodLife.“The way cheer works is a little bit different. You get five years of eligibility to compete, and three of those can be at the junior college level. So, Gabby had competed for two years with us and then decided to come back for her last year of eligibility at the junior college level, but since the season got canceled, she is now coming back another year, because she does have that eligibility left.”

Tumbler Lexi Brumback may even be again subsequent season, Aldama informed PopSugar. While Morgan Simianer and La’Darius Marshall did already graduate, they do nonetheless have yet one more 12 months of eligibility left so they might determine to come back again.

Has the workforce been making ready for the championship?

In the Cheer docuseries, the workforce labored your entire 12 months simply to compete one time in Daytona. By the time the competitors was canceled this 12 months, the Navarro cheerleaders had already been working arduous on their routine.

“We spent our entire year preparing for that one competition, and we had done 25 full outs and probably could’ve competed in that moment if we needed to,” Aldama informed HollywoodLife. “Obviously, we still had a lot of details we wanted to clean up but we were hitting the routine. We still had many weeks left of making memories and a lot of special things we had planned, and just bonding and things to do and obviously compete. It just felt so empty.”

After the competitors was canceled, Aldama gave herself per week to mourn after which informed herself she needed to preserve transferring. Now, she is competing on Dancing with the Stars and is partnered with star dancer Val Chmerkovskiy.

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