Rumors continue to swirl about R. Kelly's alleged misdeeds with underage girls. The latest report claims the rapper trained a teenager as a sex slave.
I Believe I Can Enslave Women
A report Tuesday in The Guardian detailed comments from an ex-girlfriend of the "I Believe I Can Fly" hit-maker surrounding his training a 14-year-old girl to be his "sex slave."
The allegations will be further elaborated in an upcoming documentary, which is set to air on BBC3 Wednesday.
According to Kitti Jones, the 34-year-old making the claims against Kelly, she met the young woman in question some time over the course of her two-year relationship with Kelly, which began in 2011.
"I was introduced to one of the girls, that he told me he 'trained' since she was 14, those were his words. I saw that she was dressed like me, that she was saying the things I'd say and her mannerisms were like mine. That's when it clicked in my head that he had been grooming me to become one of his pets. He calls them his pets," she revealed.
According to Jones, Kelly forced this unnamed woman to crawl on the floor over to her like an animal and then perform oral sex on her.
"This is my f*****g pet, I trained her. She's going to teach you how to be with me,'" Kelly reportedly told Jones at the time.
He Likes To Be In Control
Jones is also accusing Kelly of a considerable amount of sexual, psychological, and physical abuse over the course of their relationship.
The rapper allegedly expressed his displeasure with so-called misbehavior on the part of the women under his control by kicking them, calling them stupid b*****s, and telling them to stay out of his business.
"I think he gets some sort of satisfaction within himself, knowing that he's taking control over other people," she explained.
The rapper hasn't commented on Jones's comments to The Guardian, or on the upcoming documentary. Kelly has vehemently denied all allegations thus far.
Time's Up For Sexual Abuse
The stories about him began following the publication of an explosive Buzzfeed exposé. The piece accused Kelly of brainwashing scores of young black women and controlling them sexually in a cult-like arrangement at several of his palatial homes.
Jones was one of the women who came forward and agreed to speak on the record with the publication about the alleged abuse. Authorities found no evidence of wrongdoing, but the women stood their ground.
The most notorious of those allegations involved underage girls who were allegedly taken away from their families and indoctrinated by the rapper.
Kelly is just the latest in a long line of famous men accused of sexual indiscretions, including Silicon Valley star T.J. Miller, James Franco, Kevin Spacey, and of course the President himself.