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Myrtle Manor star told teen girl 'not to tell, their little secret,' after sex assault, report says

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) - More details were released Monday surrounding the sexual assault arrest of Myrtle Manor reality TV star Taylor Burt.

Burt, 28, was arrested Saturday night and charged with criminal sexual conduct with a minor younger than 16-years-old. 

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A police report obtained by WBTW.com gives a more detailed account from the victim as to what happened. 

The teen girl said she asked her mom to drop her off at the Sound Hole concert venue around 6:30 p.m.  Once there, she claimed she messaged Burt about wanting to "hang out."

She says Burt came to that location, picked her up, and took her to his apartment nearby.

She claims the pair had sex and Burt told her to not tell anyone because he could get into trouble.  The report said Burt told her it was "their little secret and they would do it again soon."

When the victim's mother picked her up, she said the teen was not acting right and asked her what was wrong.

The victim told her mom what happened and from there they went to the police department to file a report.

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The victim was later taken to a hospital but refused to have a sexual assault test done, the report said.

Police also noted that there was no record of any "messages" sent or received between the victim and Burt on her phone.

The victim told police she has deleted the messages.

The victim said she did not know the suspect's last name but knew he was on the TLC show Myrtle Manor, the report said.

The victim's mom told police that she and her daughter had driven through the Myrtle Manor location earlier that day and talked about the show.

Burt was released Sunday morning on $25,000 bond.

 

 

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