R. Kelly accuser says singer threatened to reveal her sex life

R. Kelly accuser says singer threatened to reveal her sex life

R. Kelly accuser says singer threatened to reveal her sex life

In the letter, a person identifying himself as R Kelly wrote that if the suit went forward, he would have "10 personal male witnesses" give evidence about Ms Rodgers' sex life. If Ms. Rodgers really cares about her own reputation she should cease her participation and association with the organizers of this negative campaigns.

On January 11, Kelly's attorney Steve Greenberg denied all allegations of sexual misconduct made in "Surviving R. Kelly".

The Chicago Sun-Times' first investigative story about allegations of Kelly as a sexual predator was published in 2000, and one of the reporters, Jim DeRogatis, continued to follow the story over the decades at a number of publications.

"Taking a stand against R. Kelly, someone who has been termed ´the King of R&B´ and is loved by many has not been easy", Rodgers said Monday.

Her mother, Kelly Rodgers, said she and her husband had also received threats and intimidation attempts.

Asked if she could say anything to Kelly, Faith Rodgers said her response would be: "Time's up". His career has been in turmoil since the airing of a documentary detailing accusations against him.

Faith Rodgers, an alleged R. Kelly victim, held a press conference on Monday in New York City accusing Kelly of threatening her after she filed a lawsuit alleging that he knowingly infected her with an STD, abused her "mentally, sexually and verbally", and groomed her to join his alleged "sex cult."

"It obviously was not authored or signed by Mr. Kelly, nor sent on his behalf", Greenberg said.

Kelly's camp has in the past denied that he knew the late pop star was just 15 when they Wednesday in secret in 1994.

"This is to enlighten you concerning the presumption of court appearances that you may not be aware of since attorneys are taught a coloring of law and not Canon or Common Law".

Also, another factor that plays into the rampant sexual violence against young black girls and women today is encouraged and perpetuated by corporate sponsored bastardized rap music on the radio in which these corporate puppet rappers say things like "I'll rape her and then murder her" or "Put molly in her drink and she ain't even knew it".

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