R. Kelly reportedly lured a 17-year-old boy to his recording studio with the promise to make him a star, only to turn around and sexually abuse him.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, the alleged victim (John Doe #1) recently came forward to speak to investigators.
He told them how Kelly approached him in December 2006 at a local McDonalds. The man said Kelly invited him back to a party at his home in Chicago.
He went to the party but brought family members which Kelly didn’t like. Doe #1 said Kelly “advised him to come without them to the next gathering.”
He says Kelly then told him to come to the recording studio “under the guise of helping and mentoring John Doe #1 with his musical aspirations.”
While at the studio, Kelly allegedly asked Doe #1 what he was willing “to do to succeed in the music business and clarified that he wanted John Doe #1 to engage in sexual contact with Kelly.”
The alleged victim says Kelly then had sex with Doe. As Radar previously reported, the feds say Doe #1 then had him recruit his 17-year-old friend John Doe #2 for Kelly to also have sex with. John Doe #2 said Kelly started a sexual relationship with him years later.
He told the feds Kelly “required his girlfriends, including a female victim in the case, to have sex with John Doe #2 on command. Kelly reportedly liked to film the encounters on his camera.
The prosecutors say Kelly also “directed John Doe #1 and others to engage in sexual contact with each other and filmed these encounters.”
The government claims, “Kelly sometimes paid John Doe #2 after sexual encounters with him.” The documents reveal the alleged victims turned over their telephone records to the investigators.
Kelly's lawyers are doing everything in their power to keep testimony from the male accusers kept from jurors. The disgraced singer's lawyer Nicole Blank Becker spoke about the new allegations saying, "This is nothing more than a veiled effort to pile on to further shape the public’s perception in this case, ignoring that Mr. Kelly is presumed innocent until proven otherwise."
As Radar previously reported, Kelly is rotting away in a Brooklyn jail awaiting his trial next week. He is facing decades in prison if convicted.