Actor and acting coach Cameron Thor was sentenced to six years in prison Wednesday after he was convicted last summer of sexual misconduct with a 13-year-old girl.
Before proceedings began at the Van Nuys, California, courtroom, Thor’s accuser, Jordyn Ladell, gave a Victim’s Impact Statement. Ladell, now 20, was 13 at the time of the 2009 assault. She became overwhelmed with emotion at several points during her statement.
“I don’t want to talk about how what did Cameron impacted me, reliving that horror over and over,” she said. “Cameron raped me and no one could stop him.”
Thor, 56, appeared in films including “Jurassic Park” and “Hook.”
During the sentencing, Judge Martin Herscovitz pointed out that Thor took advantage of Ladell’s defenselessness, noting that he “groomed” the victim, which showed “great preparation.”
Ladell’s emotional speech included recollections of nightmares, online bullying she experienced, death threats, coping with people who didn’t believe her — and a stunning disclosure that she has been raped two more times since her contact with Thor.