R. Kelly Accused Of Sexual Battery, False Imprisonment, Transmitting Herpes in New Lawsuit
In a new lawsuit, R. Kelly is accused of sexual battery, false imprisonment and knowingly transmitting herpes to a 19-year-old woman. Get the scoop
Another day…another accusation and lawsuit against R. Kelly.
In a new lawsuit filed today (May 21) in Manhattan Court, the R&B singer is accused of sexual battery, false imprisonment and knowingly transmitting herpes to a 19-year-old woman.
According to the New York Times, the complaint by Texas woman Faith A. Rodgers seeks unspecified damages and accuses claims the two met when she was 19 last March following a concert in San Antonio. A few months of phone contact followed before Kelly flew her out to New York, where he allegedly “initiated unwanted sexual contact” in a hotel room, including “non-consensual oral and vaginal intercourse.” Rodgers claims Kelly did not tell her that he had herpes and infected her with the virus, which if true is a criminal act.
Rodgers says she stayed in a relationship with Kelly for about a year, during which he “routinely engaged in intimidation, mental, verbal and sexual abuse, during and after sexual contact.” This was “behavior designed to humiliate, embarrass, intimate and shame her,” according to the lawsuit. It also alleges Kelly would often record Rodgers during sex without her consent and keep her locked in secluded areas to punish and control her.
The woman stayed in a “relationship” with R. Kelly after he sexually assaulted her and gave her an STD?!?