In the documentary, "Surviving R. Kelly" tells the more alleged victims that they shall have been subjected to abuse by R&B-rapper R. Kelly (Robert Sylvester Kelly).
Faith Rodgers (21) is one of them. Now, she claims that the singer has threatened her in the aftermath. This reports The Guardian.
Rodgers suing Kelly for allegedly having infected her with a venereal disease on purpose, to have locked her inside a room, and to have subjected her to "painful sex without consent".
At a press conference in New York yesterday said Rodgers, together with attorney Gloria Allred and her mother, the singer has sent her a letter in which he threatens to reveal intimate details about her if she did not drop the charges.IN the HARD WEATHER: In the documentary, "Surviving R. Kelly" tells the more alleged victims that they shall have been subjected to abuse by R&B-rapper R. Kelly. Video: CNN Show more - Will be revealed
the Conference was held in anticipation of a meeting between Rodgers and the New York police department regarding the lawsuit, which, according to Page Six was to take place the same day.district attorney ask victims to opt for overgrepsanklager against R. Kelly
- Please advise your client, Ms. Rodgers, to cease these hjerteløse attempts to destroy my musical legacy for their own personal, selfish enrichment. If the action persists, she will in the process be revealed to the public, according to the Variety in the letter.
the Letter threatens sanctions against Rodgers, and claim that a motanmeldelse is on the way.
- My attorneys are prepared to find the test results that go on refuting the accusations of stds, and ten men will testify under oath about the sex of her. If Ms Rodgers cares about his good name and reputation, she should stop participating in this negative campaign.
the Letter should be signed R. Kelly.
just ordered attorney Steve Greenberg denies that the client of his has sent the letter, and says it is "not looks".Accused of conducting "sex-cult": - Blånekter
It was obvious neither authored, signed or sent on behalf of Kelly. He does not write letters, he says to The Guardian.Speaks the truth
the Letter was sent to one of Rodgers lawyers in New York city in October of last year, shortly after singer had been informed about the lawsuit.
In the letter to the according to the Rodgers have also been attached to several private photos of Rodgers. Attorney Allred also claims that after the documentary "Surviving R Kelly" premiered on the Lifetime 3. January, several of these photos posted on the Facebook page "Surviving Lies". Here are several of the alleged victims have been hung out until Facebook removed the page 7. January.
Rodgers says she met Kelly two years ago after a concert in San Antonio. The abuse must have happened shortly after.
We are here to tell Mr. Kelly that he will not, under any circumstances, threaten his alleged victims, or scare them into silence, " said attorney Allred during the press conference.Compared with the Trump
According to Pitchfork compared her the artist with the Us president Donald Trump, in the way he allegedly threatens them that charges him with legal action. She also went the parallels with Bill Cosby and Harvey Weinstein.Spotify removes the R. just ordered music from playlists,
Rodgers says it has not been easy to accuse Kelly public. Kelly is often referred to as the "King of R&B", and is loved by many for hits such as "I Believe I Can Fly" and "Ignition (Remix)".
I trusted him and he betrayed me. No women should be blamed, harassed, or exposed to threats because they speak the truth, she said during the press conference.
Earlier this month rejected the Dallas police department a review against Kelly provided by Rodgers, according to TMZ. The review was delivered in april of last year.
just ordered the lawyers then said to The New York Times that Kelly "categorically rejects all the allegations and accusations".After 20 years of overgrepsbeskyldninger cordage online together