A new video tape has emerged showing R Kelly sexually abusing young girls according to one of the lawyers representing the women who claim they were abused by R&B star.
Attorney Gloria Allred announced she was representing someone who supposedly had a tape of R&B singer R. Kelly sexually abusing girls.
In a news conference Sunday afternoon, Allred confirmed her client gave the tape to the police. Kelly is currently on bail after being accused of sexually abusing four women, including three teenagers, between May 1998 and January 2010.
Kelly was released from jail on Saturday, where he had been held in connection to overdue child support.
He was released after a payment for more than $161,000 was made on his behalf by unknown person.
According to Allred client Gary Dennis, he randomly found the tape among his VHS collection and that it contains footage of Kelly in sex acts with multiple girls who appear to be underage in the 1990s, though he didn’t offer further detail.
The footage is the third to be passed to prosecutors showing R Kelly molesting young girls after attorney Michael Avenatti previously said he turned over two videos to Chicago law enforcement.
Dennis, however, said that he has no connections to R Kelly and doesn’t know how the video got to his collection.