The woman, whose name has not been released to the public, made claims to the Dallas Police Department that Kelly wanted to get her ready for his alleged "sex cult" when they had gotten together in December.
The woman's attorney, Lee Merritt, tells the Washington Post that his client met Kelly in June and their relationship ended in February.
Rapper Vince Staples has absolutely gone off at R. Kelly during an interview at Coachella, calling the 51-year-old singer "a child molester" and "a piece of fucking shit." . She's claiming aggravated assault based on the singer allegedly giving her an unspecified STD.
Kelly faced allegations of abuse, "brainwashing", and controlling behavior by several former members of his entourage in a Buzzfeed report. According to the Daily News, the new accuser has contacted the Savages on social media, with the family praising her "bravery" in coming forward with her complaint against Kelly.
"These offenses occurred while our client was being groomed to join Kelly's sex cult", he adds. Kelly, best known in the United Kingdom for hits including I Believe I Can Fly, has faced numerous accusations of sexual misconduct, making indecent images of children and other offences.
Kitti Jones, who says she dated Kelly from 2011 until around 2013, gave an interview where she alleged that singer "bragged about training a 14-year-old girl to be a sex pet". She reportedly sent the Savages a direct message via Instagram to tell them she had spent time with Jocelyn. I hope this opens up some answers.
"We felt from the beginning that the reason he's holding the girls is he has some kind of STD that he couldn't cure", Timothy told the Post.
Meanwhile, Merritt plans to hold a news conference in Dallas, Texas, on Wednesday (April 18) to further explain this new legal case against R. Kelly.