Two More Women Have Accused R. Kelly of Sexual Misconduct

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The R. Kelly saga continues.

Two more women have accused R. Kelly of sexual misconduct. On Thursday (February 21st) the women, identified as Latrice 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, and Rochelle, who was 15, say they were invited to the singer’s hotel after an R. Kelly and LL Cool J concert in Baltimore. They were allegedly given drugs and alcohol. Kelly allegedly 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. Kelly allegedly started having intercourse with Latrice. About the encounter Latrice 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 I’m 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 press conference, 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.

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