Three out of the four women accusing R Kelly of aggravated criminal sexual abuse were underage at the time of the alleged abuse, as shocking details from the hearing and court documents emerge. Kelly’s lawyer Steve Greenberg has put in a not guilty plea for the singer, who is facing 10 sexual abuse charges. He told reporters outside the courthouse at the time, R Kelly ‘is a rock star. He doesn’t have to have non-consensual sex.’ Disturbing details about the accusations are coming to light as Kelly consistently denies any sexual misconduct. Chicago journalist Sarah Conway shared court documents pertaining to the case on Twitter. Prosecutors said one alleged victim is a 24-year-old hair dresser who came to braid his hair in 2003. He allegedly greeted her with his pants down and tried to force her to engage in oral sex. She resisted, and he ejaculated on her and spat in her face several times.
The shirt the victim was wearing at the time was submitted for DNA testing and the male DNA identified in the sample is a match to Kelly, real name Robert Sylvester Kelly. Kelly also allegedly sexually abused three girls who were underage at the time. In all three cases he allegedly had vaginal and oral sex with the victims, and in one case he would ‘spit, slap her in the face and choke her’ on occasion. The abuse in the third instance was reported to have taken place between 2009 and 2010. One of the victims, who was 16-years-old at the time, said she met him at her 16th birthday party, and the abuse is alleged to have taken place between 1998 and 1999.
Attorney Michael Avenatti said he will be giving a second sex tape to the prosecution allegedly showing Kelly assaulting a 14-year-old girl. According to Avenatti, the almost-hour long tape shows Kelly sexually assaulting the teenager at his ‘residence’ in the late 1990s. He said it was ‘clear’ from the video that the singer got the girl to watch a piece of pornography ‘which appears to be him with yet another young girl’ and added he is aware of at least two other tapes, one of which has since been handed to authorities. The attorney, who represents six people including two alleged victims, revealed his intention to share the tape on Twitter, where he wrote: ‘I can confirm that we will be providing a second video showing R. Kelly engaged in sexual assault of a minor to prosecutors this morning. This tape was recently uncovered in connection with our ongoing nationwide investigation on behalf of victims. Justice must be done.’ According to the Guardian, Greenberg ‘denied any knowledge of a new tape’ and said he believed ‘all the women are lying.’ – Metro.