Law enforcement sources reportedly told TMZ that prosecutors are interviewing parties who are close to the singer to find the potential tapes.
As R. Kelly appears in court this week to fight Child sex abuse allegations after a new video of him having intercourse with an underage girl, he has even more trouble on the horizon.
The 52-year-old is in cross-hairs of new grand jury for alleged sex trafficking. (Yes, you read that right.)
According to TMZ, federal prosecutors are convening a grand jury later this month to hear details on how Kelly allegedly arranged meetings for sex with underage girls by flying them to his location and setting up hotel rooms.
The site goes on to detail that prosecutors have tons of evidence to present including text messages and emails that show how the meetups were setup by his handlers. It gets worse as they’ll reportedly present clothing with a semen stain on it as well.
If the grand jury believes he should be charged, the charges would add right on to the current 10 charges of sexual abuse that he received back in February.
R. Kelly, thanks for the music but you are going to jail, jail.
Previous story by Vincent "Heartbreak" Tucker (03/20/2019 at 10:41 am CT):
Following R. Kelly's bizarre and ill-advised interview with Gayle King, more trouble is on the horizon for the disgraced singer.
USA Today reports a press conference was held to reveal a THIRD video of R. Kelly and an underage girl has been turned over to Law Enforcement.
The VHS recording as found in a box of old sports tapes by a man named Gary Dennis. He says he found the tape labeled "R. Kelly" and saw the 52-year-old entertainer performing lewd acts with a teenage girl.
Dennis shared: "I thought it was a recording of a R. Kelly concert. I watched the sports on the tape and then continued to watch what I thought would be an R. Kelly concert. To my shock and surprise, R. Kelly appeared to be on the tape but not in concert. Instead, he was sexually abusing underage African American girls. He was telling them what to do and what to say and it appeared that he was in control of the camera."
Dennis says he has zero connection to the singer and has no idea how he came in possession of the alleged recording.
Watch Gary Dennis and his lawyer, Gloria Allred, discuss the new tape below: