R. Kelly's Alleged Victim Claims He Retaliated with Threatening Letter
R. KellyThreatened to Expose Sex Life... Claims Alleged Victim
1/14/2019 10:21 AM PT
One of R. Kelly's alleged victims claims the singer posted private photos of her and sent a threatening letter in response to her appearing on the Lifetime docuseries "Surviving R. Kelly."
Faith Rodgers spoke at a news conference Monday in NYC flanked by her attorneys, Gloria Allred and Lydia Agu. Allred said apart from posting private photos of Faith on the Facebook page "Surviving Lies" -- before it was taken down -- Kelly also sent Faith a notarized letter saying he would reveal details of her sex life.
Hills says Kelly's retaliating because Faith sued him and spoke out in 'Surviving.'
Faith is the woman who sued Kelly back in May 2018 for sexual battery and false imprisonment. She also alleged Kelly gave her an STD.
You'll recall the STD criminal case was closed in Dallas but Faith plans to go to cops in NYC where she claims she was first sexually battered. Allred did say Faith would meet with NYPD investigators following the news conference.
Faith's mother was also at the news conference and said she and her husband have been threatened via phone and text messages.