Shamed singer R. Kelly has more legal problems.
Campaign lawyer Gloria Allred has unearthed a shocking new video tape alleging sexual abuse.
She said on Sunday that her clients Gary Dennis and Sally Dennis found the tape in their Pennsylvania home in the last few weeks.
It is unclear if the man seen in the tape is R. Kelly.
Me Dennis found the tape in a box of old VHS videos while he was searching through old sports games he had recorded.
Mr Dennis alleges he doesn't know Kelly and doesn't know where the tape came from either.
He claims a man, who appears to be Kelly, was on the tape engaged in sexual acts with young African American girls in the 1990s.
Allred told reporters she was contacted by Dennis and that she subsequently handed the tape over to the New York District Attorney’s Office for a full investigation.
The lawyer revealed that the identity of the young girls was not known.
Mr Dennis said one of the sport tapes also had 'R. Kelly' written on it but he had assumed it was going to be an old concert.
He claims it appears to be the singer on the new video tape.
“He was telling them what to do and what to say, and it appeared that he was in control of the camera. In addition, he was engaging with these children in sexually abusive acts.
“He appeared to be in command of the girls and they looked as though they were just saying and doing what he told them to do,” Dennis said.
Allred claimed that the video appeared to have been filmed in the 1990s and that her clients assumed the girls were underage because they were not 'fully developed'.
She said: “It is fair to say, however, that no child should ever be subjected to the kind of abuse and degrading sexually predatory misconduct depicted on the tape.”
Allred represents women who allege they were abused by R. Kelly.
The performer – real name Robert Sylvester Kelly – is facing 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse in connection to three girls and one woman.
The 52-year-old has denied any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty after being charged last month.
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