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R Kelly accused of recruiting foreign women for illegal sexual acts and Exposing them to STD

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R Kelly has further being accused of intentionally exposing victims to sexually transmitted diseases. A licked document by the state on the case against R Kelly revealed that the singer and his band traveled round the world to recruit victims and bring them to United States to live with him for his sexual exploitation acts.

The pattern which R Kelly applies in ruling his household was also described as manipulative, high-handed and repressive.

According to The Blast, federal prosecutors in New York are claiming that Kelly knew he may have been infected with an STD and had sexual contact with his alleged victims anyways.

SECRET COURT DOCUMENT ON R KELLY REVEALED

The documents claim, “Among the means and methods by which KELLY and his associates participated in the conduct of the affairs of the Enterprise were the following: (a) Committing, attempting and aiding and abetting the commission of crimes, conspiring to commit crimes, including but not limited to engaging in sexual activity with girls under 18 year sold, engaging in and facilitating sexual activity without disclosing a sexually transmitted disease KELLY had contracted and producing child pornography;

Earlier indictment indicates that girls travel from state to state which allows prosecutors the ability to charge R Kelly under the MANN act. An act which makes it possible for R Kelly to be prosecuted on felony charges. That is engaging in the act of transporting girls under the age of 18 between states in the US and foreign for the purpose of prostitution or any immoral act.

Source The Blast
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