Through her lawyer, the woman further alleges that she was "being groomed to join Kelly's sex cult", allegations of which first arose past year when parents of two young women living with Kelly told Buzzfeed they believed their daughters were being manipulated, abused, and prevented from contacting family.
A woman is suing singer R. Kelly not only because he reportedly primed her to be a part of his "sex cult" while she was underage, but she says he also infected her with a sexually transmitted disease.
The exposé highlighted a manipulative singer who uses his fame to lure young women into a controlling "sex pad", where he dictates everything from how they dressed to who they spoke to.
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The accuser is a minor and her claims definitely fit a long established pattern when it comes to R'uh and the ladies. The singer was in town that month for a concert at the Music Hall at Fair Park. "According to her attorney she was unlawfully restrained, and Kelly gave her alcohol and 'illegal drugs.' She's claiming aggravated assault based on the singer allegedly giving her an unspecified STD", per TMZ. She said she was 14 when Kelly started to groom her to become one of his "sex pets".
According to Merritt, Kelly "gradually introduced the cult to our client over the course of their relationship, culminating with an explanation that she would have to sign a contract and offer collateral information about herself and her family for Kelly's protection".
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Vince Staples is back to blasting R. Kelly. And infecting her was just one trauma that she alleges she faced from the "Pied Piper".
'Mr Kelly unequivocally denies such allegations and will work diligently and forcibly to pursue his accusers and clear his name'. After she read the article, she reached out to the parents in the story and told them that she had met their daughter, Jocelyn Savage, 22. He called the woman "brave and courageous" for filing her report with the police. "We need a witness to speak up". Her attorney, Lee Merritt, says they're seeking restitution and compensation for the damages. "We felt from the beginning that the reason he's holding the girls is he has some kind of STD that he couldn't cure".
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The law in question is the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which was enacted in 1998 and brought into effect in 2000.