Published: Wed, April 18, 2018
Finance | By Loren Pratt

Vince Staples Says R. Kelly's "People" Are Looking For Him

Vince Staples Says R. Kelly's

A new day, another new R. Kelly accuser... and this time, the woman who claims the singer tried to groom her for his "sex cult", has filed a complaint against him, accusing Kelly of infecting her with an STD.

The woman made the claims to Dallas police, explaining that the incident took place during an eight-month relationship that began when she was just 19.

While Nadeska Alexis of Complex's Everyday Struggle attempted to ask Staples about his music, his sense of humor, or anything else besides the "Ignition" singer, the Long Beach rapper was firmly focused on calling out R. Kelly's alleged predilection for underage young women.

Kelly is once again on the hot seat, this time for allegedly giving a 19-year-old woman herpes on goal. They said that their daughter, Jocelyn, was being kept at Kelly's home. The woman is not named in the Post's report; it's not clear how old she is now, nor what disease she allegedly contracted. He was involved in a child pornography trial for which he was acquitted in 2008, and has settled numerous other lawsuits in which women accused him of sexual misconduct.

She has told her story to BuzzFeed and Rolling Stone alleging sexual and physical abuse from Kelly.

The Washington Post has quoted a representative for the singer as saying that he "categorically denies all claims and allegations".

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". Timothy Savage said on Sunday that he nearly immediately asked whether she had a sexual relationship with Kelly and if she had been tested for an STD. Her attorney, Lee Merritt, says they're seeking restitution and compensation for the damages. He called the woman "brave and courageous" for filing her report with the police. The attorney for the latest accuser is expected to hold a news conference in Dallas on Wednesday (Apr. 18).

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