R Kelly accuser says he threatened to reveal her sex life

R Kelly accuser says he threatened to reveal her sex life

"In addition, he posted private photos of her", Allred said during the press conference.

Rogders originally filed a complaint with the Dallas Police Department in April 2018, claiming that Kelly mentally, physically, and sexually abused her during an eight-month relationship that began in 2017 when she was 19 years old.

Faith Rodgers and her lawyer Gloria Allred spoke on Monday at a news conference in NY.

"For example, my law team is prepared to request the production of the medical test results proving the origin of her STD claim, as well as 10 personal male witnesses testifying under oath about her sex life in support of her claim and complete records of her text/face time message exchanges".

"It just validates the monster that he is".

In a previous interview with Rolling Stone, Chance the Rapper said: "Maybe I didn't care because I didn't value the accusers' stories because they were black women". "I realize that's his defense, but his defense is only revealing his true colors".

The singer's lawyer, Steve Greenberg, said the letter "looks fake".




About two years ago, Faith Rodgers says she was in a relationship with Kelly when she was 19, for almost a year before leaving. "He didn't send any letter".

Allred claimed that after "Surviving R. Kelly" aired, a number of revealing photographs that had been attached to the initial letter - but were not included in the documents presented Monday - were posted on a Facebook page defending Kelly called "Surviving Lies", which was live for several hours on January 7 before Facebook removed it.

Police in Chicago paid a visit to Kelly's home on Friday, acting on a tip that he was holding women hostage in his apartment, but left after interviewing two women - Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, two women whose families believe have been brainwashed - and finding nothing amiss.

This comes after Chance The Rapper made an appearance in the Lifetime docu-series 'Surviving R. Kelly'.

"Mr. Kelly, you may soon join the ranks of Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein", Allred said.

"This has been building for quite a while, but now, it's approaching a tsunami for Mr. Kelly", she said. The woman who is speaking out is Faith Rodgers.

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