The victim of acting coach Cameron Thor — who was convicted of lewd conduct with a minor — is getting a restraining order put in place for when he gets out of jail at the end of the month.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Jordyn Ladell claims she fears for her safety when Thor — who appeared in films like “Jurassic Park” before becoming an acting coach — gets released on June 30.
“I fear for my life as he is due to be released,” Ladell writes.
She says that when the assaults took place, “Cameron Thor threatened to kill me if I told anyone what he did to me.”
Ladell had alleged that Thor had sexually assaulted her in 2009, when she was 13 years old. He was found guilty in 2015 on charges of sexual misconduct with a minor and sentenced to six years in state prison.
The judge granted Ladell’s temporary restraining order but she did not get exactly what she requested. Ladell wanted Thor to be barred from coming within 35 miles of her, but the judge only allowed for the standard 100 yards.
She also wanted an order for Thor to be permanently relocated out of her hometown but the judge denied that request until a hearing later this month.
Prior to Thor’s sentencing, Ladell read a moving Victim’s Impact Statement about what he had done to her.
Her statement read in part, “I didn’t want to talk about the way Cameron Thor impacted my Iife- the first few times the police came to get a statement from me, because telling them was only going to make things worse. Telling them would mean more people would have to hear of my shame and decide if they believed me or thought that I deserved to be raped for agreeing to acting lessons or ever getting in a car with Cameron Thor.”