New Accuser Says R. Kelly Gave Her STD

This R. Kelly stuff just keeps on going downhill.

Yet another woman has gotten in line to accuse R. Kelly of sexual misconduct. This time, the woman adds to the usual rhetoric of grooming and possessiveness with the claim that he also gave her an STD.

According to the Washington Post, The unnamed woman filed a complaint with Dallas police claiming that not only did he attempt to bring her into his “sex cult,” but he also gave her an STD when she hooked up with him in December. She also plans to file a federal civil suit against the R&B singer.

The woman says she began dating R. Kelly in June of last year when she was 19 years old. Her lawyer, Lee Merritt, claimed that during their relationship, Kelly engaged in “unlawful restraint, furnishing alcohol and illegal drugs to a minor, and aggravated assault (via the referenced intentional STD infection).” The complaint also says that he tried to get her to sign a contract and provide confidential information he could use as leverage against her if needed.

“As Kelly’s predatory, controlling and abusive behavior evolved, our client abruptly ended their relationship in February of 2018,” Merritt said in the filing.

Kelly has been accused of such behavior by several women, though one previously came out in his defense after her parents said she was being held by him against her will.

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