ByGenevieve Van Voorhis, writer at Creators.co
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Genevieve Van Voorhis

On Wednesday, April 27, Cameron Thor — an acting teacher with a small role as Dr. Lewis Dodgson in Jurassic Park — has been found guilty of sexually assaulting a 13-year-old girl. He will serve six years in prison for the crime.

Cameron Thor in Jurassic Park
Cameron Thor in Jurassic Park

The assault took place seven years ago on a young woman named Jordyn Ladell. Ladell, 20, said this in her testimony against Thor:

"Cameron raped me and no one could stop him."

Ladell told the Hollywood Reporter that she met Thor while accompanying her mother to an AA meeting, and the man offered her free acting lessons. After a lesson one day in March 2009, he drove her in his car to the Santa Monica Mountains, they smoked weed in his car, then he raped her.

Jordyn Ladell in 8th grade. Source: THR
Jordyn Ladell in 8th grade. Source: THR

At the trial, Thor and his team denied the allegations. Ultimately the actor was sentenced to six years in prison — two years shy of the maximum sentence.

The aspiring actress posted this picture of her hugging a loved one directly after Thor's sentencing:

The caption reads:

4/27/16 Cameron Thor is finally sentenced to State Prison for lewd acts on a minor under 14. I finally have my life back. I've been waiting since 8/26/15 for this day. And I'm so grateful to finally be done with this chapter in my life.

Share your support with Jordyn in the comments below.

Sources: The Hollywood Reporter, NY Daily News, LATimes

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