That's So Raven star Kyle Massey reportedly will be sued for at least $1.5 million dollars after he allegedly sent sexually explicit texts, videos and photos to a 13-year-old girl in December 2018.
Disney Channel actor Massey, 27, is accused in unfiled court documents obtained by PEOPLE of sending explicit matter to a minor, attempting to commit a lewd act with a minor, and annoying or molesting a minor and emotional distress.
It is waiting to be filed in Los Angeles Superior Court as a "Jane Doe" lawsuit.
So far, representatives for Massey haven't commented on the allegations, but his mother Angel wrote on Instagram, "KYLE MASSEY IS THE VICTIM! Where is the justice for MEN?! Women get to say and do what they want and file lawsuits under JANE DOE!"
According to the as yet unstamped legal papers cited by PEOPLE, the girl, who is from Seattle and was not named because she is a minor, said she met Massey when she was 4 years old at Universal City with her mom.
The girl wanted a career in entertainment so she allegedly kept in touch with Massey for years, the PEOPLE report stated.
Massey, who also was a competitor on Dancing with the Stars in 2010, allegedly offered to help the girl in Hollywood, the unfiled documents referenced in PEOPLE claim.
The girl and her mom — who also wasn't named in the unfiled papers — contend that Massey had "held himself out as a father figure."
After some time not communicating, the teen allegedly texted Massey in November 2018 to tell him that she wanted to audition for a reboot of his Raven spinoff series Cory in the House.
According to the unfiled court papers, Massey allegedly planned to have the girl live with him and his girlfriend in Los Angeles and offered to help find her an agent.
She allegedly told him she was in the 8th grade, four years away from graduating, PEOPLE reported.
In December 2018, Massey allegedly sent her "numerous sexually explicit text messages, images, and videos" via Snapchat, the report said.
Massey once wanted to produce a reality show focusing on his DWTS co-star Bristol Palin bringing her son Tripp to L.A. to live in his home.
But the actor settled a legal battle against a producer who allegedly stole the idea from him.
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