R Kelly sex accuser claims singer is threatening her

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In the wake of mounting outrage over allegations about R&B singer R. Kelly and his treatment of young black women, attorney Gloria Allred said that one of his accuser's would be talking to the NYPD.

About two years ago, Faith Rodgers says she was in a relationship with Kelly when she was 19, for almost a year before leaving.

Accompanied by her attorney, Gloria Allred, and her mother, Rodgers, who sued Kelly claiming that he knowingly infected her with a sexually transmitted disease and locked her in rooms for punishment, claims that the singer sent her a letter threatening to "reveal what he alleges are details of her sex life" in response to the lawsuit.

The threats in regards to Ms. Rodgers were not only limited to her, the parents have also stated phone calls and text messages have been issued to them since the docuseries aired.

Kelly allegedly wrote in the letter that "if [Rodgers] persists in court action she will be subjected to public opinion", and demanded that she procure test results "proving the origin of her STD claim", according to CBS News.

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In addition to, "If Ms. Rodgers really cares about her own reputation she should cease her participation and association with the organizers of this negative campaign".

A lawyer for R. Kelly in Chicago, Steve Greenberg, denied the letter's authenticity, saying it "looks fake".

NY: A woman who sued R. Kelly accusing the American R&B star of sexual battery, knowingly infecting her with a sexually transmitted disease, and false imprisonment says he has threatened her.

The same may happen to Kelly after avoiding more than two decades of sexual charges, including a child porn trial that surprised many when he was acquitted in 2008.

"We are here today to let Mr. Kelly know in no uncertain terms that he can not and will not intimidate his alleged victims into keeping silent", Allred said. "And that had to be done in person, and that is why she's in NY". The warehouse where his studio is meant for industrial purposes so Chicago PD and the B & Z Department paid a visit after speculation that people may have been living in there (i.e. Kellz alleged sex slaves). Allred also said, "Prosecutors in Chicago and Atlanta are also seeking information from potential victims and we plan to offer them our cooperation as well".

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