Following the Harvey Weinstein scandal, more and more women decided to open up about their own experiences related to abuse. So, now, Kitti Jones has accused famous singer R. Kelly of physical, verbal, as well as sexual abuse.
Kitti opened up about her experience during an interview with Rolling Stone. She said that she was abused by R.
Kelly for several years. The woman said that she met R. Kelly in 2011. According to her, the famous singer forced her to have sex with other women. Kitti said that she was scared of being “punished.” R. Kelly also allegedly made Kitti watch videos of him having sex with other women, while he was masturbating on that. She also said she witnessed the singer urinating on two women.
Kitti said she was kicked and slapped in the face by the singer when she asked him about a video part of his child-pornography trial. The allegations are not the first to be made against R. Kelly. In fact, the famous singer has been associated to similar claims about one month ago. Then, Jerhoda Pace accused the star of having a sex cult, and said that she had an underage sexual relationship with R. Kelly. Pace made these revelations during an interview on The Real.
However, it is important to mention that the first time when R. Kelly has been accused of sex-related offences dates back to July. At that time, BuzzFeed News published quite a complex story, indicating that R. Kelly kept no less than six women in his Chicago and Georgia properties. These women’s role allegedly was to fulfill his desires. The report went to make some shocking claims, saying that the women were actually punished if they failed to please the singer of if they broke any of his rules.
Of course, R. Kelly and his lawyer denied all these allegations that have been made in the media. A rep for the star said that R. Kelly is also perfectly aware of the claims that have been made against him. With regards to Kitti’s allegations, the rep said that it “is unfortunate that Ms. Jones, after public statements to the contrary, is now attempting to portray a relationship history with Mr. Kelly as anything other than consensual involvement between two adults.”
“Any claim of wrongdoing of any kind or of mistreatment of any woman by him is false, ill-motived and defamatory,” the rep also said.