New R. Kelly accuser details alleged underage sexual abuse amidst “cult” scandal


“I was slapped and I was choked and I was spit on,” claims a woman alleging to have been victimized by accused rapist, R. Kelly, throughout her early teenage years.


As the court of public opinion continues severing the 50-year-old “Your Body’s Calling” crooner MAJORRR side-eye for supposedly operating a physically and psychologically abusive “cult”–comprised of six young women who he’s believed to have manipulated into captivity– a now married 24-year-old mother of three, Jerhonda Pace, is coming forward with testimony that she too found herself entangled in the Grammy Award winner’s sex-obsessed circle when she was only 16.

After meeting her “Seems Like Your Ready” singing former idol during his infamous 2008 child pornography trial in Chicago– for which she would admittedly skip school in order to attend each hearing–Jerhonda revealed to BuzzFeed that following his June ’08 acquittal, she was invited to R. Kelly’s Olympia Fields mansion party where she lied and told the singer she was 19-year-old.

Jerhonda claims in June 2009 Kells plied her with an alcoholic concoction he named “Sex In The Kitchen” (a nod to his 2005 TP. 3 Reloaded single), and subsequently took her virginity.

Over the next seven months, Jerhonda says the “I Believe I Can Fly” vocalist arbitrarily documented their sexual encounters on his iPhone or mounted video camera and demanded she assume a subordinate role during their intercourse.

“I had to call him ‘daddy,’ and he would call me ‘baby.’ He wanted me to have two pigtails, and I had to go out and find little schoolgirl outfits,” homegirl confessed.

When she finally came clean about her true age in July 2009, showing R. her state issued identification, Jerhonda–who was also forced to engaged in threesomes– says the fallen Hip-Hop hero ordered her to, “tell anyone who asked that she was 19, and act like she was 25.”

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A frequent visitor to Kells’ estate–once valued at $5 million–Jerhonda adds that she was forced to adhere to his “rules,” which included dressing in baggy clothes, turning over her phone, and asking permission to shower, eat, go to the bathroom, and leave the property.

Failure to follow the singer’s orders, she charges, would result in “mentally and physically” abusive punishment.

“At the time, I didn’t know what I liked, honestly,” she said, explaining her unwavering compliance. “I just knew that I liked his music, so I was pretty much accepting of anything that came with him at the time.”

In January 2010, Jerhonda alleges she was slapped, choked, and spat on when the “Bad Man” harmonizer caught her texting a friend.

From there, the pair parted ways and Jerhonda reached out to Chicago attorney Susan E. Loggans, who’d worked with women claiming to have to be wronged by Kelly in the past, and secured a large settlement for her with the musician within weeks.

Despite having signed a nondisclosure agreement, which states that she won’t pursue any any charges or other claims against Kelly and includes a “non-disparagement clause” that precludes both of them from talking greasy about the other, Jerhonda claims she’s now unbotheredly trampling the terms of their contract out of concern for a friend who’s believed to still be locked in the luminary’s harem of battered babes.

“If I can speak out and I can help them get out of that situation, that’s what I will do,” she said. “I didn’t have anybody to speak up on my behalf when I was going through what I was going through with him. He’s brainwashed them really bad, and it kind of reminds me of Charles Manson. I just really hope I can help these women out. Kelly needs to be stopped.”

Acknowledging the probable legal action she faces, Jerhonda added, “I know speaking out against Kelly, Kelly could sue me. But I’m really not worried about it anymore. I feel like this is a healing process for me, because I’ve been holding this in for so many years, and to see that he always gets away with it, it’s just not right. I’m just going forward with my head held high.”


By : Asia Grace
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