Kelly’s lawyer issues denial of sexual misconduct allegations

Attorney Gloria Allred says a woman accusing R. Kelly of sexual abuse has been threatened by the singer to get her to drop a lawsuit that claims Kelly abused her and gave her a sexually transmitted disease.

Rodgers has accused Kelly of locking her up and filming non-consensual sex.

Asked if she could say anything to Kelly, Faith Rodgers said her response would be: "Time's up".

He also calls her "baby" a number of times while offering her advice in the studio. Aaliyah, she's real street'.

Rodgers, 21, said she met Kelly as a 19-year-old after a concert in San Antonio.

A lawyer for R. Kelly in Chicago, Steve Greenberg, denied the letter's authenticity, saying it "looks fake". If I could have interviewed him after the story broke about his sexual assault allegations in his own past, I would have asked him to reckon with his own past on camera.

R. Kelly had been tapped to host the Spring Break Jam in April, but organizers behind the Springfield show were denied permission for the gig.

Police officers reportedly visited R. Kelly's apartment on Friday after an anonymous caller claimed he was holding two women hostage.

Watts said in their statement that their business includes women who work there, and they all have women in their families, as friends, and in relationships, so by all good consciousness, he can't allow having the embattled R & B legend's music on their platform.

"That was 20 years ago". We learn from the documentary that #MeToo recently threw its weight behind #MuteRKelly, a protest group calling on radio stations, streaming services and event organisers not to play his music or book him for events. "And, I wasn't invited to any wedding." . So if Kelly does leave the US and take up residence in one of those countries, taking his alleged brainwashed sex slaves with him, it's uncertain how and when the girls would be reunited with their families.

  • Marlene Weaver