Harold “House” Moore Convicted Of Molestation

Harold “House” Moore, best known for his role as Terrence Franks on “Single Ladies,” was convicted of child molestation on Friday (July 1) and is facing up to 20 years in prison.

A 15-year-old girl accused the actor of sneaking in her bedroom on November 25, 2012, and touching her inappropriately.

“The victim stated the defendant had touched her on previous occasions that made her uncomfortable by tickling her on parts of her body and adjusting her bra strap,” Chief District Attorney Dan Mayfield said.

Harold House Moore convicted molestation
Gwinnett Police Department

Harold testified during his trial and maintained his innocence, however, he was unable to explain why the victim would accuse him of molesting her.

A jury deliberated for nine hours before returning a guilty verdict. Moore, who was free on bond since his 2012 arrest, was immediately taken into custody.

His sentencing has not been scheduled, but defense attorney Shannon Briley-Holmes has already prepared a motion for a new trial.

I will keep you posted on this story.