‘Supergirl’ Star Jeremy Jordan Trying to Rescue Cousin from Gay Conversion Camp

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The Supergirl star is asking for your help.

Jeremy Jordan took to Facebook over the weekend to ask fans for their support to raise money to save his cousin from gay conversion camp.

Us Weekly reports:

“I can’t believe beautiful, smart, incredible kids like my cousin Sarah are still being told that being gay is wrong,” the 31-year-old actor wrote in a post to Facebook. “But it’s worse than that for Sarah… She’s been placed at a remote boarding facility to help ‘pray away the gay’ for a year with no communication to the outside world. She may not be able to see it now, but please show her how much she matters and take a stand to help us free this wonderful young woman and welcome her back to a world of love and acceptance.”

Jordan and his family have since set up a GoFundMe account and raised close to half of their $100,000 goal to help with growing legal fees. According to the page, 18-year-old Sarah’s parents sent her away when she attended prom with her girlfriend.

Head over to Us Weekly for the full story…