Woman Sues R. Kelly for Giving Her an STD at 19

Lawrence Kim
April 17, 2018

"The woman claims she was 19 when she met Kelly in Dallas last June".

Documents obtained by the Daily News also indicated that the woman was preparing to file a federal civil complaint against Kelly.

The woman, who remains unidentified, filed a criminal complaint in Dallas, Texas, against Kelly last week, saying he caused her "serious bodily injury" in December.

Viewers of the interview clip on Twitter mostly applauded Staples' criticism of Kelly, and many were confused why Alexis anxious she would lose her job for the commentary. Other charges related to alleged images of underaged women recovered from Kelly's Florida home during his arrest were dropped due to a lack of probable cause for a search warrant. She alleges that she was being furnished to become a part of Kelly's infamous sex cult, which would have her concede sensitive information about her personal life as collateral. Kelly has denied all allegations.

She also claimed that Kelly forced the two women to engage sexually as well by making the teen "crawl on the floor towards" Jones and "perform oral sex" on her. Jones says Kelly then proclaimed, "This is my f-ing pet, I trained her".

Over the previous year, various people have come forward to make allegations against Kelly, ranging from grooming women, some of them underage, to be sexual partners. According to her attorney. she was unlawfully restrained, and Kelly gave her alcohol and "illegal drugs". In a more recent interview with The Post, the Savages said they've declined to accept money to silence them.

Others say Kelly controlled their every move, what they wore and who they interacted with. That woman, Jocelyn Savage, later told authorities via FaceTime that she was fine and did not want to speak to her family. Timothy Savage said on Sunday that he nearly immediately asked whether she had a sexual relationship with Kelly and if she had been tested for an STD. Her attorney, Lee Merritt, says they're seeking restitution and compensation for the damages. I hope this opens up some answers.

"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", Timothy told the Post.

Merritt is expected to hold a news conference Wednesday at Dallas Police headquarters.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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