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"Jeremy Jordan is the handsome actor who plays Winn Schott in the CBS series “Supergirl.”Recently he made a revelation about his cousin Sarah, “She is in the top 10% of her class, runs cross-country and belongs to the National Honor Society and the debate team.”“She is also gay,” he adds.", sdgln.com
"The extended family of a 17-year-old girl in East Texas has raised more than $40,000 to get her out of a gay conversion therapy “camp” where she was placed by her parents. The family says that Sarah, whose last name they haven’t released, was punished by her family after trying to take her girlfriend to the prom.", jezebel.com
"A Texas teen needs saving from religious zealots who are forcing her to “pray the gay away” at a Christian boarding facility where she is being held against her will, claims her TV star cousin. Jeremy Jordan, who plays technology wiz Winn Schott on 'Supergirl' on CBS, started a GoFundMe page to cover legal expenses needed to free his cousin Sarah from the unnamed residential boarding facility. 'My amazing friends & fans, PLEASE help us save my sweet gay cousin Sarah who's trapped at a boarding facility in TX,' the star tweeted on June 4. According to the fundraising page that has collected nearly half of Jordan’s $100,000 goal, Sarah’s strict Christian parents placed her in the facility for troubled teens for her “disease” after she took her girlfriend to prom as her date, KING-TV reported. 'Meet my cousin Sarah. At 17, her future looks bright. She is in the top 10% of her class, runs", nypost.com
"The family of a Texas teenager sent by her parents to a remote Christian boarding facility to “pray away the gay” have launched efforts to raise money for her release. According to the GoFundMe page started by her cousin, the 17-year-old, identified only as 'Sarah', was sent away to the East Texas school after attending prom with her girlfriend. ", www.independent.co.uk
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