(Meredith) -- The FBI is investigating allegations that Jerry Harris, who rose to fame from the Netflix docuseries "Cheer," solicited sex from minors.
An investigative report from USA Today revealed the criminal investigation based on allegations brought forward by 14-year-old twin brothers.
The twins described a pattern of harassment, both online and at cheer competitions, that started when they were 13 and Harris was 19. They claim the harassment continued for more than a year.
The allegations from the twins were reported to police by Varsity Brands, a private company that dominates the cheerleading industry from uniforms to competitions. Harris is accused of asking one of the brothers to have sex with him in 2019 at two Varsity cheerleading competitions.
The allegations against Harris have been reported to at least four other law enforcement agencies in Texas and Florida, records obtained by USA TODAY show. The twins' mother also reported the allegations to the US All Star Federation twice.
Screenshots from the twins show several text messages and social media conversations in which an account that allegedly belongs to Harris asked the minors to engage in sexual activity and send him nude photos.
The FBI conducted a search at Harris' home in Naperville, Illinois Monday afternoon.
The twins and their mother have also filed a lawsuit again Harris, Varsity Brands, the US All Star Federation and the Cheer Athletics gym in which Harris cheered.
Harris, now 21, did not respond to USA Today for comment. He has not been charged.