Tuesday, 8 January 2019

R Kelly reportedly creates a Facebook page and website to 'expose' his accusers

R Kelly and his camp have reportedly created a Facebook page and website to discredit the women who appeared in the recent Lifetime series Surviving R Kelly.

According to TMZ, the Facebook page was created on Sunday, and by Monday afternoon there was an announcement that sex video of one of the accusers had been posted online.

It is the same accuser who claimed that Kelly gave her herpes and filmed the two having sex without her consent.

An hour after that Facebook post went live, it was taken down off Facebook. Soon after that, the Facebook page was taken down.

Cropped images were also shown on Facebook that were allegedly from one of the sex tapes and of the woman showing Kelly her breast augmentation following surgery.
The link to the website shows however that it is not live yet, and despite the claims that the images shared show two consenting adults there is not proof that is true.

There are also images of the text messages exchange by the woman and Kelly, which are supposed to show the young woman's willingness to call him 'daddy.'

Multiple accusers, many of whom allege they were underage when they became involved with Kelly, said that he would ask that they refer to him as daddy.

Surviving R Kelly, which concluded its three-night run on Saturday, featured interviews with a  number of the women who were involved in the scandal.

In the documentary, backup singers detailed alleged sexual relations between R. Kelly and three girls under the age of 16, including 15-year-old star Aaliyah, who died in 2001 in a plane crash.

R Kelly has denied all the accusations made against him and neither he or any member of his camp have confirmed that they are behind this new website and Facebook page.

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