"The FBI is conducting court-authorized law enforcement activity in the area", FBI special agent and public affairs officer Siobhan Johnson told USA Today.
Federal Bureau of Investigation agents executed a search warrant at a home in Illinois Monday, following up on the allegations against Harris. according to USA Today.
Per the outlet, the allegations into Harris were reported to local police by Varsity Brands, a private company that dominates the cheerleading landscape, including uniforms and nationwide competitions. In one, a Snapchat of Harris's face included the text, "Would you ever want to ****".
According to USA Today, In Aug. 1 letters to police in Florida and Texas, Varsity's chief legal officer, Burton Brillhart, said the company had learned of "inappropriate sexual conduct" allegations against Harris and was reporting the information to authorities as required by law.
"As a result of the recent allegation, we have barred this person from having any affiliation with Varsity Brands or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates, now and in the future", Brillhart wrote in the letter. Navarro's road to Nationals was documented on Netflix's "Cheer".
Netflix had not responded to a DailyMail.com request for comment at the time of publication.
Cheer later received six Emmy nominations, and Harris, beloved for his positive and supportive demeanor in the show, became its break-out star.
Numerous cheerleaders became instant social media stars. And it's all coming out on the same day his Navarro coach Monica Aldama is set to make her debut on Dancing With The Stars. Harris' appearances in the series were marked by his enthusiastic "mat-talking" and encouragement of his teammates.
In May 2019, Harris shared on social media that he had recently taken on a new role, working for the National Cheerleaders Association, a Varsity brand.
Harris has since appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" and covered the Oscars red carpet for DeGeneres.