New York prosecutors describe R. Kelly as being a monster who abused women for decades — which included him allegedly making them have sexual relations with strangers — in their attempt to convince a judge to sentence the disgraced singer to a lengthy prison sentence.
Radar has obtained the bombshell filing from the government ahead of Kelly’s sentencing on June 29.
In court documents, the government said Kelly “methodically groomed the women and girls in his orbit to meet all of his sexual needs.” They said his alleged victims said Kelly forced them to call him “daddy” and wear baggy clothes.
“[Kelly] did not permit the women and girls to speak with or even look at other men. In an elevator, they were expected to turn to face the back. While walking through hallways, they were expected to look to the floor,” he said.
The alleged victims also told investigators they were forced to write letters confessing to false crimes and other embarrassing conduct.
“In these letters, they falsely confessed to stealing money and jewelry; they falsely admitted concocting elaborate robberies; one falsely claimed that she seduced the defendant when she was underage and threatened to claim he raped her if he would not engage in sexual activity with her,” the motion revealed.
Further, the government said Kelly sometimes made women eat feces on camera. “He filmed another young woman walking back and forth, naked, making derogatory comments about herself (which he directed her to repeat), over and over and over, after first spanking her multiple times,” the filing reads.
One alleged victim said after subjecting her to physical and psychological abuse, Kelly required them to have sex with other women and even men.
“[Kelly] regularly required Jane to have sexual contact with other men and woman at his direction, including the women living with him, his assistants …. And a man he referred to as “nephew” who she had never even seen prior to [Kelly] directing her to have sex with him.”
Prosecutors accuse the singer and his associates of running a massive scheme to recruit young women — who the singer then abused — for years.
In September, a jury found Kelly guilty of sex trafficking and racketeering. During the weeks-long trial, prosecutors had victims take the stand to describe the alleged abuse Kelly made them endure.