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A grand jury has declined to indict Mitchell Ryan, a cast member of the popular docuseries “Cheer” who in February 2021 was charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child, according to the Dallas County district attorney’s office.
Ryan, a former member of the Navarro College cheer team who was featured on the Netflix show, “Cheer” was arrested in February after a cheerleader told authorities that Ryan had invited her to his apartment to practice cheer stunts — when she was 15 and he was 23 — then forcibly assaulted her, according to the teen’s mother. Ryan’s attorney, Jeremy Rosenthal, in a statement said he sought to clear Ryan’s name in court by sharing “lengthy personal, private, and precise details with the authorities.”
“This has been a nightmare for Mitch and his family,” We look forward to Dallas County hearing the truth and this case is over.” Ryan’s attorney Jeremy Rosenthal said.