Dallas police are investigating to find out whether the singer "knowingly and intentionally" transmitted herpes, without first disclosing that he had the STD, during a almost nearly yearlong relationship with the accuser, according to the Dallas Morning News.
Recently, some of his former lovers have sued him, claiming he sexually and physically abused them, and last summer, parents of an alleged young victim told Buzzfeed that R.Kelly was keeping their daughter in a cult. Now, one woman is claiming that Kelly held her against her will when she was 19, loaded her with illegal drugs and alcohol, and left her with an unspecified STD, as TMZ reports. A representative for Kelly "categorically denies all claims and allegations" related to this newest complaint.
As usual, Kelly has denied all claims and allegations. According to the Daily News, the new accuser has contacted the Savages on social media, with the family praising her "bravery" in coming forward with her complaint against Kelly. In 2008, he was acquitted of child pornography charges because the victim and her parents refused to testify in the court case.More news: Travel delay barely alters game day routine for Winnipeg Jets
'These offenses occurred while our client was being groomed to join Kelly's sex cult, ' the statement continued.
According to DeRogatis, who spoke to those familiar with the situation, Kelly allegedly, "controls every aspect of their lives: dictating what they eat, how they dress, when they bathe, when they sleep, and how they engage in sexual encounters that he records". He calls them pets'.
The Dallas Police Department has said it is looking into the allegation. She reportedly sent the Savages a direct message via Instagram to tell them she had spent time with Jocelyn.More news: Little is known about what was actually achieved by strikes on Syria
In a recent documentary, one accuser, Kitti Jones, opened up about the mental, verbal and physical abuse she endured over the course of her two-year relationship with Kelly. I hope this opens up some answers.
Merritt has scheduled a press conference for Tuesday.More news: Too Much Sitting Might Be Bad For Your Memory, New Study Cautions
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