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Kelly Accuser Comes Forward, Says Singer Infected Her With STD

Kelly Accuser Comes Forward, Says Singer Infected Her With STD

The plaintiff said that while in the relationship with Kelly she "was the victim of several forms of criminal misconduct by Kelly, including, but not limited to, unlawful restraint, furnishing alcohol and illegal drugs to a minor, and aggravated assault (via the referenced intentional STD infection)".

Sunday, the Washington Post reported that R. Kelly has been accused of giving a 19-year-old Texas woman an STD during their "eight-month relationship".

A statement from Merritt also claims that she was being groomed for the superstar's supposed "sex cult", which BuzzFeed reported about extensively a year ago.

At this time, the "I Believe I Can Fly" singer has already dodged a number of legal battles, most notably a highly-publicized child pornography trial in 2008 - where he was later acquitted after the accuser's aunt and parents denied to testify.

Appearing firmly in the former camp, Vince Staples seems to have made his mind up.

"These offenses occurred while our client was being groomed to join Kelly's sex cult", Merritt said.

The latest woman to come forward and accuse R. Kelly of some particularly shady behaviour is raising some shocking allegations against the R&B crooner.

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The accuser reached out to the parents of Jocelyn Savage, a 22-year-old that moved in with Kelly and was named in BuzzFeed's investigative report, via direct message, saying she had seen Jocelyn.

The article included an interview with Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, who said their daughter Jocelyn had been brainwashed and was being held at one of Kelly's properties - an allegation Jocelyn denied.

One accuser, Kitti Jones, has spoken out multiple times about the mental, verbal and physical abuse she endured over the course of her two-year relationship with Kelly.

The complaint alleges that Kelly was grooming the woman to join his alleged "sex cult", and that she had been told she would have to sign a contract and cough up sensitive information about her and her family as "collateral".

"She doesn't want this moment to define her", he said.

In the full interview, Staples said that once he was off probation he planned to break all kinds of laws-like speeding-and Alexis told him that his fans needed him to stay out of prison.

"Other girls have said it to [my wife and me] but they weren't willing to speak up", Savage said.


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