Attorney Gloria Allred announced Sunday that her client had turned into a cassette over to law enforcement that allegedly appeared to feature R&B singer R. Kelly sexually abusing girls.
Allred held a press conference with Gary Dennis, who said he had no connection to Kelly but discovered the tape among his VHS collection.
This would be the next tape of Kelly with young girls handed over to prosecutors in the last month.
Kelly has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty to charges of 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse pertaining to four women.
Attorney Gloria Allred announced she was representing someone who supposedly had a cassette of R&B singer R. Kelly sexually abusing girls.
In a news conference Sunday afternoon, Allred affirmed her customer turned the tape over to law enforcement, the latest development in a mounting case against the singer, that has been dogged by allegations of abuse for decades. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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