R. Kelly reportedly liked to film his male lover with another woman and kept videotapes of the encounters.
According to court documents obtained by Radar, prosecutors revealed new allegations against Kelly ahead of his trial.
As we reported, the government claims Kelly not only abused young girls, but he assaulted a young man listed as John Doe #1. Kelly reportedly met the then 17-year-old boy at a local McDonalds in 2006.
He then started inviting him back to the recording studio. The singer reportedly asked the kid what he was willing to do to succeed in the business. He proceeded to engage in sexual contact with the boy.
John Doe #1 reportedly introduced Kelly to another close male friend who was 16 or 17. The government says Kelly started a sexual relationship with John Doe #2.
“Several years later, Kelly started a sexual relationship with John Doe #2 and required his girlfriends, including Jane Doe #5, to have sex with John Doe #2 upon his command and often filmed those encounters. Kelly sometimes paid John Doe #2 after sexual encounters with him,” the motion read.
Prosecutors also say Kelly directed John Doe #1 and others “to engage in sexual contact with each other and filmed those encounters. Telephone records corroborate Kelly’s relationship with John Doe #1 and John Doe #2, beginning when both were 17 years old.”
Kelly has yet to address the new allegations.
As Radar previously reported, Kelly is currently locked up in a Brooklyn jail while awaiting trial next week. He is currently facing charges in New York and Illinois.
After his first trial, the disgraced singer will be transported back to Chicago. Prosecutors in both cases accuse Kelly of being the mastermind behind a sick scheme.
In court documents, the government says the singer and his crew recruited young girls for him to sexually abuse for decades. They say the charges were brought based on the testimony of numerous alleged victims along with mountains of other evidence.
Kelly has denied sexually assaulting any of the women.
He claims they consented. His victims have scoffed at his suggestion they agreed to the sexual acts and accuse him of being a monster. Many have claimed they were forced to follow his rules which included not having a cell phone, no contact with their families, strict rules on how to dress and were never allowed to talk to men.
If convicted, Kelly could be sentenced to decades behind bars.