- Attorney Gloria Allred revealed Sunday that her customer had turned a tape over to law enforcement that supposedly appeared to function R&B vocalist R. Kelly sexually abusing ladies.
- Allred held a press conference with Gary Dennis, who said he had no connection to Kelly however found the tape amongst his VHS collection.
- This would be the 3rd tape of Kelly with young women handed over to district attorneys in the last month.
- Kelly has consistently rejected any misbehavior and pleaded not guilty to charges of 10 counts of worsened sexual abuse relating to 4 women.
Lawyer Gloria Allred announced she was representing someone who allegedly had a tape of R&B singer R. Kelly sexually abusing girls.
In a news conference Sunday afternoon, Allred verified her client turned the tape over to law enforcement, the newest development in a installing case against the vocalist, who has actually been dogged by claims of abuse for years.
Allred’s client Gary Dennis said he randomly found the tape amongst his VHS collection and that it consists of footage of Kelly in sex acts with several women who appear to be underage in the 1990 s, though he didn’t offer more information.
Dennis stated Sunday he has no connection to Kelly and does not understand how the tape ended up in his belongings. Allred said she thought more videos could exist.
This would be the third tape of Kelly sexually abusing girls that have actually been passed to prosecutors in the last month after lawyer Michael Avenatti formerly stated he turned over 2 videos to Chicago law enforcement.
Kelly is facing 10 counts of intensified sexual abuse in connection to 3 underage ladies and one adult woman. He has denied any misbehavior and pleaded not guilty after being charged last month.
The videos harken back to Kelly’s 2008 trial for 14 counts of making kid porn. According to district attorneys, Kelly shot his sexual encounter with his 14- year-old goddaughter.
More than 10 years after he was acquitted of the charges, Kelly’s lawyer spoke out to say the vocalist was “guilty as hell.”
Kelly was launched from prison on Saturday, where he had actually been held in connection to overdue kid assistance. He was launched after a payment for more than $161,000 was made on his behalf.
That journey to jail was Kelly’s second in a matter of weeks.
Last month, after he was charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse pertaining to four ladies, consisting of 3 who were minors when the alleged abuse took place, he was taken to the same jail. Kelly, whose attorney stated at the time that the vocalist’s financial resources were in disarray, then invested a weekend in prison before a 47- year-old rural Chicago organisation owner posted his $100,000 bail.
Kelly has repeatedly rejected any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty to the charges.