R. Kelly accuser takes her chilling claims public

R. Kelly accuser takes her chilling claims public

R. Kelly appears to be walking down the same path as Bill Cosby.

As The New York Times reports, Texan woman Faith A. Rodgers has accused Kelly of initiating "unwanted sexual contact" (among other things) last year, when she was 19 years old. The young lady claims Kelly called the sex "abusive" and that he criticized her for not being good in bed. As for Rodgers, she hopes by coming forward she can help put an end to Kelly's long history of alleged abuse.

The Associated Press does not typically identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault unless they decide to make their names public, which Rodgers has done.

In May 2017, Faith says R Kelly flew her to NY to attend one of his concerts.

"I didn't really say anything".

We have learned that 20-year-old Faith Rodgers has sued R. Kelly for false imprisonment, sexual battery and not disclosing an STD!

Rodgers claims that she continued her relationship with Keller for roughly a year, during which he "routinely engaged in intimidation, mental, verbal and sexual abuse, during and after sexual contact". "Defendant's conduct was created to humiliate, embarrass, intimidate and shame Plaintiff".

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His manager John Holder on Tuesday said in an email that Kelly had no comment "at this time" on Rodgers' lawsuit. He has always been the target of sexual misconduct allegations, which he has denied.

The campaign has gained traction.

Music streaming service Spotify removed Kelly's music from promotional playlists this month. " She claimed that Kelly said he "raises" five women, some of whom had been with him for 15 years".

The marriage was annulled after Aaliyah's family became aware of it, the Chicago Sun-Times reported.

She said Kelly visited her hotel room after he flew her to NY to attend a show and she "submitted" to sex. "You know?" she said, adding that he also recorded their sexual activity on his iPad without her permission.

A representative for the singer said in April that he "categorically denies all claims and allegations" in the lawsuit. She does not wish for a settlement and wants the case to go before a jury.

A Dallas police spokesperson told CNN the incident is not being investigated as a sexual assault since both parties were consenting adults at the time of the alleged act.

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