R. Kelly is facing accusations from two more women who state the singer is guilty of sexual misconduct with them when they were teenagers. The women are from Baltimore and state they were victims of the singer.
Gloria Allred is representing Latresa Scaff and Rochelle Washington, who appeared with her at a press conference and revealed that they were both manipulated by R. Kelly and offered drugs and alcohol, all while underage.
TMZ live streamed the press conference where the women are looking to be an example for others who may have been impacted by the singer in the past. Allred referred to the alleged victims as women who want “to encourage others who may have been victimized by him to come forward.
“At the time I thought meeting a celebrity would make me be happy but in this case it didn’t,” Washington said Thursday. “I just wanted to have fun . . . I could never forget that day. I can’t get it out of my mind, what I saw and what happened.”
Two additional women, Latresa Scaff and Rochelle Washington, are accusing R Kelly of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers in Baltimore pic.twitter.com/aiQ1SZ5eh7
— Erin Durkin (@erinmdurkin) February 21, 2019
R. Kelly recently has given up his studio in Chicago but also is under fire for what is stated to be another sex tape, which shows him engaging with another underage girl.
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