Judge Sentences ‘Sick’ Disney Actor To Prison For Child Sex Crimes

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Disney Channel actor Stoney Westmoreland has been sentenced to prison for child sex crimes after he was caught sending nude photos to a young boy and trying to lure him to his hotel room, which was stocked with sex toys.

Westmoreland was sentenced to two years in federal prison after he was arrested and charged with attempting to lure a minor into sex.

Originally, Westmoreland was facing a 10-year prison sentence for the charge of enticement of a minor over the Internet. However, the Hollywood star managed to secure a plea deal with prosecutors that saw his sentence reduced to just two years.

Instead, the actor who has also appeared in Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul and NCIS, pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of using interstate facilities to transmit information about a minor, according to Deadline.

The convicted Disney pedophile is required to comply with DNA collection and must register as a sex offender. His computers and electronic devices are subject to random searches and he must report all of the online accounts he uses for communications, including email and social media.

As part of the plea deal, Westmoreland is prohibited from contact with children without adult supervision.

Disney Channel actor Stoney Westmoreland was caught trying to rape a young boy

On December 13, 2018, he allegedly met a 13-year-old boy on Grindr – the self-described “world’s largest social networking app for gay, bi, trans, and queer people.”

Westmoreland reportedly shared explicit photos with the child on the hook-up app.

However, the Disney actor was actually dealing with a Grindr profile operated by a police detective in Salt Lake City – where the Disney Channel show is filmed.

Westmoreland took a ridesharing service to meet the minor and then take him back to his hotel room, according to court documents. However, police arrested the Disney Channel actor when he attempted to meet the 13-year-old.

The actor was taken into custody by the Salt Lake City Police Department and FBI Child Exploitation Task Force.

“Two novelty sex toys were seized from the hotel room,” the Daily Mail reported. “According to police he ‘admitted to sending nude photos, and that the male who he was speaking with told him he was 13-years-old.'”

Westmoreland’s lawyer told TMZ that the actor was using Grindr, but believed he was roleplaying with an adult online.

The Disney Channel fired Westmoreland immediately after his arrest. He had appeared in 38 episodes of “Andi Mack.”

“Stoney Westmoreland, an actor working on the series ‘Andi Mack,’ was arrested in Salt Lake City today,” Disney Channel said in 2018.

“Given the nature of the charges and our responsibility for the welfare of employed minors, we have released him from his recurring role and he will not be returning to work on the series which wraps production on its third season next week.”

CNN described the “Andi Mack” series as a “coming-of-age comedy-drama following the middle-school adventures of a 13-year-old girl and her friends.”

Westmoreland had also appeared in other notable TV shows such as “Breaking Bad,” “Better Call Saul,” “NCIS,” and “Scandal.”

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry

Baxter Dmitry is a writer at The People's Voice. He covers politics, business and entertainment. Speaking truth to power since he learned to talk, Baxter has travelled in over 80 countries and won arguments in every single one. Live without fear.
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  1. sending nude videos over the internet by an adult shows extreme loss of IQ. for any reason. especially of yourself to a minor, not to mention another conscenting adult, that could be potential trouble also. dumb stupid and gross.

  2. They will just lock up those he raped in the mental wards and ORG crime will keep right on rapeing

  3. ORG crime will just lock up all the raped again in mental wards and these smucks go on and on AND ON

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