Questlove, Phonte, & More React to R. Kelly's Terrible 19-Minute Song "I Admit"
Questlove, Phonte, & More React to R. Kelly's Terrible 19-Minute Song "I Admit"

Two More Women Have Accused R. Kelly of Sexual Misconduct

The R. Kelly saga continues.

Two more women have accusedR. Kelly of sexual misconduct. OnThursday (February21st) the women, identified asLatrice and Rochelle, held a press conference where they told their stories. The women, who are represented by Gloria Allred, claimed that the singer gave them drugs and alcohol when they were a teenager and then took advantage of them.

The act allegedly took place in 1995.

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Latrice, who was 16, andRochelle, who was 15, say they were invited to the singer's hotel after anR. Kelly andLL Cool Jconcert in Baltimore. They wereallegedly given drugs and alcohol. Kellyallegedly entered the hotel room with his penis exposed, and tried to coax the teenagers into a threesome.Rochelle denied the request and went to the bathroom. Kellyallegedly started having intercourse with Latrice. About the encounterLatrice said:

I did not have the capacity to consent...When I met him, I was happy because I was young and starstruck. However, now that Im an adult, I feel hurt by what he did to me, when I was only 16 years old and under the influence of alcohol and marijuana, which was given to me at that party.

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During the pressconference, Allred said the women will be speaking with law enforcement. This news comes a week after lawyer Michael Avenatti handed over a new sex tape to Cook County's State Attorney's Office.

Watch clips of the press conference below.