An Employee Of R. Kelly’s Told A Grand Jury That There’s More Underage Sex Tapes And The Feds Have Them
R. Kelly‘s lawyers better hope they can concoct the biggest, bestest, most realistic, plausible and believable sequence of events at trial which leads a jury of reasonable people to think he’s somehow innocent, because it’s being reported that there are more tapes of him participating in acts of statutory rape.
TMZ says that sources close to the case told them that the grand jury in Illinois heard all about how R. Kelly allegedly recorded his sex acts with underage girls. One of his former employees spilled all the grotesque beans and also claims to have handed over tapes.
The sources say that the ex-employee testified last Thursday and told the grand jury that Kelly would record sexual encounters to keep as trophies. This person knew this because of a few reasons. They once sold R. Kelly a tape back–they testified that Kelly paid a large sum of cash in exchange for the tape. TMZ is being told that this same tape somehow ended up with Cook County’s State’s Attorney Kim Foxx.
The employee also testified that they gave the investigators several other child sex tapes with R. Kelly as star and director. You should also note that last Thursday was the day R. Kelly got those additional charges filed in Illinois so… methinks that grand jury was compelling.
The ex-employee pretty much echoed what we heard in the documentary: that everyone in R. Kelly’s crew knew about his penchant for sex crimes but instead of pull the plug on the whole show they would help him get young girls.
As a response, R. Kelly’s attorney, Steve Greenberg told TMZ:
“This seems to be the same claims that were made in the state case. We will address them in court.”
Can’t wait. I am waiting to hear the explanation you come up with for these “several” underage sex tapes. Because saying, “That ain’t me!”, will just not cut it at this point.
On the bright side, at least he’s paid of his child support! And he’s getting a second chance in that civil lawsuit. So he needs to count his blessings, be excited about whatever poorly-attended gigs he can scrounge together, enjoy all the McDonald’s he can eat, and live his life until trial because it’s not looking good–and I don’t think you’ll be able to claim you got too overwhelmed to read to get out of this one.