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The second woman testified in court R. Kelly, the embarrassing singer claimed she was forced to have sex with another man as a punishment for breaking one of her “rules”.
The New York Times The woman, who identified herself as Jane on Aug. 24, said she testified for more than three hours in two days at Kelly’s criminal court in Bell. She reportedly told the judges to “wear something” and that Kelly had sex with a man she called “her nephew.”
“He wanted me to like my nephew, and I wanted him to like me, too,” Jane said. “He basically talked about everything we do.”
It is said that Kelly – real name Robert Sylvester Kelly – recorded Jane’s conversation with “Nephew” on her iPad and forced her to have sex with him several times, some of which Kelly added. When the prosecutor asked Jane if she agreed to meet her “nephew,” she replied, “Never.”
Jane reportedly met Kelly when she was 17, and their relationship lasted until she was 21. Jane is now 23 years old, making the charges described between 2014 and 2019.
The Times reported that Kelly’s relationship with Jane would continue as long as her discussion continued, as the #MeToo movement rallied and Kelly allegedly told Jane, along with many of the women and girls who lived with her, that “If you live a lifetime throughout “ordered an immediate change of channel” if a documentary was shown. Survival of R. Kelly was to be shown on television.
Jane reportedly defended herself during her time with Kelly, including in an interview with Gale King in 2019 This morning CBS Kelly has been charged with ten counts of sexual assault. Jane told the judges that Kelly would answer questions that could be asked frequently.
Such as Acesparks Kelly’s lawyer, Deveraux Kannik, is reportedly skeptical of Jane’s claim that she was forced to have sex with him when she was 17 years old. As Kannik asks, “Did you fly to meet him after he was scared, angry, and ruined?” He replied and I did not tell anyone about this meeting.
It turns out that during his testimony, Kannick once suggested that Kelly’s relationship with the women who lived with him serve as a “family,” a claim Jane denied: “I wouldn’t call it a family now.” he said.
Kannick also forced Jane to read aloud the alleged letters she wrote to Kelly while in custody after her arrest in 2019. He said he wrote that he would continue to support Kelly and that there were no “bad feelings” between them.
Jane is the second woman in Jerhon to testify openly against Kelly after Pace claimed last week Kelly insulted him when he was 16 years old.
Observed delays due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Kelly Court It started in Brooklyn last week, and several more are expected to continue. Other witnesses expected to testify include several female prosecutors and one male prosecutor. Former partners who have never spoken about their experiences with Kelly are also expected to testify.
Kelly has been charged with a total of 22 counts of criminal mischief and six counts of sexual assault – three of whom were presumed juveniles at the time. Prosecutors also allege that Kelly ran a racketeering business from 1994 to 2019, using managers, security guards, and others to mitigate his crimes until he was arrested.
Kelly, 54, pleaded not guilty and pleaded not guilty to nine charges in the case: criminalizing the transportation of any woman or girl across the state for “immoral” purposes, and eight of the Mann Act. disorder illegal sexual activity.
Kelly, who was transferred from Chicago to Brooklyn for trial, could face up to decades in prison if convicted. She faces other charges of having sex in Illinois and Minnesota at the same time. He denied the allegations.
Earlier in the week, an ex-tour manager for Kelly at trial, he claimed he paid the governor for a fake ID so Kelly could marry a minor Aaliya.
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