More Claims of Bizarre Activity Are Pointing At R. Kelly & One Woman Is Telling Her Story

Published On July 24, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

Ever since the crazy news broke of allegations that R. Kelly now has his own $ex “cult,” many details have began to immerge of the R&B singer’s romantic escapades and they all seem to get more and more bizarre by the minute.

As it had been previously reported by several news publications, the parents of multiple young women (who are reportedly over 18) involved with Kelly, recently made accusations that the singer is holding their daughters against their will at several of his mansions in Georgia and Illinois.

While each of the women are of age, Kelly is facing some pretty serious claims, which include: prohibiting the young women from speaking to their families, enforcing a strict dress code and requiring that they ask permission to eat, leave the premises, use the phone, as well as agree to sexual encounters that are often recorded.

“All these girls just dote on him,” a woman, referred to as “Kim,” recently told Jezebel of her involvement with Kells alleged cult. “It’s so f—ed up. They’re completely manipulated and brainwashed.”

Kim, one woman who’d become involved with the “12 Play” singer only after he’d invited her on stage during one of his live concerts and then to an after-party, describes him as “very controlling.”

“When we’re out we’re not allowed to look at anyone,” she said. “We have to keep our heads down. If we’re back in his studio sitting on the couches and he has friends across the room at the bar, we can’t look at each other or communicate with each other.” The girls are also instructed to “tell on each other,” she continued. “If we’re in an Uber and we chat up the driver, we’re supposed to tell him this girl did this or that. He’s very controlling and manipulative. He likes to be in control.”

The girls are also instructed to “tell on each other,” she continued. “If we’re in an Uber and we chat up the driver, we’re supposed to tell him this girl did this or that. He’s very controlling and manipulative. He likes to be in control.”

While one of Kelly’s women has denied all claims, saying that she is choosing to stay there and not speak with her family, she insists that she is “happy,” however, another woman has come forward and given some eye-raising details of her own recent encounter with Kelly.

According to reports from TMZ, the young woman (who chose to remain nameless) met the 90’s R&B crooner backstage at one of his December shows. She was only 20 at the time.

The woman now claims that someone in Kelly’s entourage gave her a wristband, which allowed her to meet him and that was when they’d exchanged information. The two of them kept in contact via phone call and text message before he’d invited her over to his Georgia home, instructing her to “wear something $exy.”

She claims that she’d brought a friend with her, however, she also says that was when things got weird. There were no phones allowed and she was quickly escorted to Kelly’s bedroom. She says that she was asked to strut around and pose – along with the promise that he would help her to kick off her modeling career.

He’d also began taking photos of her and paid $200 for the alleged encounter.

The woman alleges that she was invited to return to his home after her first departure, with instructions to purchase black lingerie, heels, and red lipstick – with the $200 that he’d given her. The woman says that she’d returned two more times and Kelly got more and more aggressive, controlling and manipulative with each visit.

She says that the last straw came in February of this year when he’d sent her a one-way plane ticket to Los Angeles and told her to come alone.

Thanks to the wise advice of her mother, the young woman chose not to go and doesn’t regret her decision to decline.

Kelly still has yet to comment on the newest allegations, however, we are sure that he will deny them as well.

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