Nathan Chasing Horse, also known as Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse is a famous actor best known for his role in the Oscar-winning film Dances With Wolves.
What happened to Nathan Chasing Horse?
He was detained in January 2023 on suspicion of several sex crimes against indigenous females. He is suspected of sexually assaulting young native girls in the US, leading to his imprisonment.
He was apprehended close to the house his five wives are rumored to live in in North Las Vegas. On Tuesday night, a SWAT team from the police was visible outside the home as investigators investigated inside.
What is Nathan Chasing Horse offense?
The claims date back to the early 2000s in a number of locations, including Montana, South Dakota, and Nevada, where he has lived for roughly ten years. Although the warrant contains information regarding crimes that have been reported abroad, the arrest is connected to offenses that were allegedly committed in Clark County, Nevada.
According to the search warrant, some of the claimed victims were as young as 13, and they included cases of child abuse, sex trafficking, and sexual assault of a kid under the age of 16.
Chasing Horse allegedly received one of his wives as a “gift” when he was only 15 years old, and another allegedly wed him when he was 16 years old. Chasing Horse is also accused of filming sexual attacks and arranging sexual encounters between the assault victims and other men for payment.
Who is Nathan Chasing Horse
Actor Nathan Lee Chasing His Horse is sometimes referred to as Nathan Chasing His Horse and Nathan Chases His Horse. He was born on April 28, 1976. He is 46 years old.He was formerly a member of the Rosebud Lakota Sioux Nation and now resides in Las Vegas, Nevada. He spent the majority of his adult life in California.
Nathan Chasing Horse daughter
An indigenous model is Quannah Rose Chasinghorse-Potts. She was included in the Top 21 Under 21 list from Teen Vogue in 2020. The horse-chasing Nathan Lee is her father.
Who is Quannah Rose Chasinghorse-Potts?
On Navajo Nation soil in Tuba City, Arizona, where her mother was a student, Chasinghorse was born.
Her father is Sicangu-Oglala Lakota from the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota, and her mother is Hän Hwch’in from Eagle Village, Alaska.
Chasinghorse spent her early years in Arizona, Mongolia, and New Mexico before returning to her maternal territories in Alaska at the age of six.
She lived at Kenny Lake initially, then Fairbanks. She attended Effie Kokrine Charter School.
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