October 28, 2021

Executive director of McComb arts school indicted on 10 child sex charges

Therese Apel

The executive director and founder of a performing arts school in McComb has been indicted on 10 counts of child sex charges.

Court documents state that Terrance Alexander, the founder of the Jubilee Performing Arts Center, is accused of engaging in sex acts with at least five children over almost 10 years. The charges in the indictment are three counts of sexual battery, six counts of exploitation of a child, and one count of possession of child pornography. Some of those children were his students.

Alexander is accused in Counts 1-3 of performing sex acts with one child in the spring of 2018. Six counts of the indictment claim Alexander was enticing the children to perform sex acts with other people, including other children, in his presence. Finally, in count 10, Alexander was charged with possession of child pornography after being allegedly found to be in possession of a video showing children in the commission of sex acts.

Usually Darkhorse Press would post a link to the indictment in full, but given the nature of the accusations and the fact that the victims are under 18, we have chosen not to.

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