The “Cheer” docuseries follows the cheerleading squad from Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas. The series debuted on Netflix in January 2020.
Ryan, 23, was arrested by police in Coppell, Texas, on a charge of aggravated sexual assault of a child on July 24, according to Dallas County Sheriff’s Department records.
Details of the case were not immediately available. CNN has reached out to police and prosecutors for additional information.
Ryan was booked on Thursday and released early the next morning on $50,000 bond.
“Mitch and his family were surprised by this arrest,” Ryan’s attorney, Jeremy Rosenthal, told CNN Saturday. “There are two sides to every story and we are confident Mitch’s name will be cleared.”
Ryan was a member of the Navarro College squad featured in “Cheer” but is not on the current roster.
Scianna, a two-time World Champion cheerleader, was arrested in Virginia after soliciting sex from a juvenile online through a social media platform, according to Chesterfield County Police.
Scianna, 25, is charged with taking indecent liberties with a child and using an electronic communication device to solicit sex, police said. He arranged to meet a juvenile whom he came to know through social media for sex, police said in a statement.
He was being held in the Chesterfield County Jail without bond, police said.
CNN has reached out to Scianna for comment. It was unclear if he has an attorney.
Chesterfield County Police are still investigating and asked anyone with information to contact them.
Scianna appeared in one episode of “Cheer,” where he posed for a late-night photo shoot with another famous cheerleader, Gabi Butler.
In December, Harris was indicted on new federal charges of allegedly enticing minors to engage in sexual activity, including soliciting them to send him sexually explicit photos or videos of themselves, according to court documents.
A spokesperson for Harris said in September: ‘We categorically dispute the claims made against Jerry Harris, which are alleged to have occurred when he was a teenager.”
A Netflix spokesperson, in a statement after the lawsuit was filed, said: “Like everyone we are shocked by this news. Any abuse of minors is a terrible crime and we respect the legal process.”
CNN has reached out to Netflix for comment on the latest arrests.
CNN’s Ray Sanchez, Bill Kirkos, Hira Humayan, Sandra Gonzalez, Brad Parks, Omar Jimenez and Theresa Waldrop contributed to this report.