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Singer R Kelly threatens rape accuser in signed legal letter stating that he will have 10 men testify about her sex life, share texts and detail her STD history at trial

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You [Rodgers] should “abandon this heartless effort to try to destroy my musical legacy for selfish, personal enrichment,” otherwise you will be subject to “public opinion during the discovery process” – Kelly has threatened Rodgers
R Kelly threatens rape accuser in signed legal letter stating that he will have 10 men testify about her sex life, share texts and detail her STD history at trial
Faith Rodgers, who filed a suit against the singer claiming he raped her and gave her herpes had given details of the letter back in Jan but it was not filed in court until last week 
Kelly threatens that ’10 personal male witnesses’ will testify ‘under oath about the accuser’s sex life in support of her claim’
‘My law team is prepared to request the production of the medical test results proving the origin of her STD claim,’ declares Kelly 
He allegedly tries intimidation stating:  ‘If Ms. Rodgers really cares about her own reputation she should cease her participation’
Kelly is due in court on Mar 19 for a preliminary hearing in the case, with Rodgers alleging she was raped and held captive by the singer
She has filed nine causes of action in the suit including gender-based violence, sexual battery, civil battery, false imprisonment and nuisance
They are seeking damages to be determined at trial
Beset by a flood legal woes for alleged past behavior, Robert ‘R’ Kelly reportedly has threatened a woman who is suing the singer for allegedly giving her herpes.
Faith Rodgers first revealed in a press conference back in January that Kelly wrote a letter threatening to reveal intimate details of her sexual history if she did not drop her lawsuit against the singer.
She claims the letter said Kelly would demand medical documentation of her claim that he gave her herpes, force her to turn over texts and social media posts, and have ’10 personal male witnesses testifying under oath about her sex life’
The letter, which was not filed in court at that time, stated: ‘If Ms Rodgers really cares about her own reputation she should cease her participation and association with the organizers of this negative campaign.’
It has now been filed in court, offering proof of Rodgers’ claims at the press conference.
There is no other name on the document so it is unclear who might have assisted the Kelly in drafting the intimidation note, given the fact that he is reportedly illiterate.
In the letter, which is signed by Kelly and states: ‘Please advise Ms. Rodgers, your client to abandon this heartless effort to try to destroy my musical legacy for selfish, personal enrichment. If she persists in court action she will be subjected to public opinion during the discovery process.’
That is when Kelly lists of the ways in which he plans to respond to the allegations.
‘For example, my law team is prepared to request the production of the medical test results proving the origin of her STD claim, as well as 10 personal male witnesses testifying under oath about her sex life in support of her claim and complete records of her text/face time message exchanges, which will be reviewed to match and be authenticated by the recipient to insure there are no omissions or deletions,’ states Kelly in the letter.
‘If Ms. Rodgers really cares about her own reputation she should cease her participation and association with the organizers of this negative campaign. Counter actions are in the developmental stages and due to be released soon.’
This letter was filed after Lydia Agu, the lawyer for Faith Rodgers, filed a request for a preliminary conference. In response Kelly’s legal team, as well as, the court have sked Agu to file the letter she received in October from the singer.
R. Kelly has reportedly threatened his alleged victim, Faith Rodgers, with a legal letter in order to get her to drop the lawsuit against him
Kelly in his latest brush with the law was released from a Chicago jail last week after paying $161,000 in back child support. The singer maintains he is not a deadbeat

In addition to some bizarre legal reasoning at the beginning of his letter – in which he discusses the merits of common law, cannon law and a ‘color-of-law’ – Kelly also has scrawled across all pages of the initial filing: ‘ DO NOT ACCEPT THIS OFFER TO CONTRACT AND I DO NOT CONSENT TO THESE PROCEEDINGS.’
He reiterates that in the testimony that was submitted with the letter, stating: ‘I am exempt and not subject to this court so I don’t know why you are even addressing me or why you continue to address me when I do not accept this offer to contract and I do not consent to these proceedings.’
Kelly later notes: ‘I am a flesh and blood, living, breathing American National and native of Illinois.’

Agu explains the reason for filing on Kelly’s behalf in a letter submitted to the court as well last week.
‘I am in receipt of your answer dated October 22, 2018. I am also in receipt of a Notice of Delivery, signed by June Barrett, which states that she delivered a copy of your answer and attached photos to the NY Supreme Court Clerk’s office electronically on November 19, 2018,’ states Agu.
‘Upon contacting the Judge Bluth’s clerk, I have been instructed to file your answer electronically on your behalf, as you have not filed your answer as required.’
Kelly is now still set to appear in court on March 19 for a preliminary hearing.

Rodgers [right], appeared with attorney Gloria Allred [left], allegeing R Kelly sexually abused her and left her infected with Herpes. She has filed nine causes of action in the suit: gender-based violence, sexual battery, civil battery, gross negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress, fraud, false imprisonment and nuisance.

Rodgers held a press conference back in January where she repeated many of the allegations made in her lawsuit, including that Kelly knowingly infected her with herpes, raped her and physically abused her over the course of their year-long relationship.
She was just 19 at the time of these alleged offenses.

Rodgers said in her complaint, filed in May of last year, that she met Kelly backstage at a show in 2017, and a few months later his assistant flew her to New York for a concert.
‘Following his performance, Defendant, R. Kelly, bombarded Plaintiff’s hotel room and initiated unwanted sexual contact with Plaintiff,’ states the complaint.
‘Defendant disregarded specific statements made by Plaintiff that she was “not ready to have sex” with Defendant and initiated non-consensual oral and vaginal intercourse.’

Rodgers said that ‘after initiating non-permissive, painful and abusive sex,’ Kelly ‘immediately insulted and criticized plaintiff concerning her “lack of participation” and physical inadequacies.’
he claims, stating in the suit that she had been tested prior to the encounter and was found to be negative.
‘Prior to initiating sexual contact, Defendant, R. Kelly, failed to advise Plaintiff that he had herpes an incurable sexually transmitted disease,’ reads the filing.
Rodgers stayed with Kelly for almost a year after that first encounter according to the complaint, and was allegedly forced to endure more abuse.
‘During the course of their, approximately one-year relationship, Defendant, R. Kelly, routinely engaged in intimidation, mental, verbal and sexual abuse, during and after sexual contact,’ claims the complaint.
‘Defendant’s conduct was designed to humiliate, embarrass, intimidate and shame Plaintiff.’
It goes on to say: ‘Defendant, R. Kelly, routinely recorded Plaintiff without her consent submitting to deviant and compromising sexual contact. Defendant, R. Kelly’s, sexual contact was, at times, forceful and initiated without consent and despite noted objections by Plaintiff.’

Rodgers and her lawyer have filed nine causes of action in the suit: gender-based violence, sexual battery, civil battery, gross negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress, fraud, false imprisonment and nuisance.
They are asking for damages to be determined at trial.
Kelly’s lawyer has responded to recent allegations by stating: ‘Mr. Kelly has done nothing. That’s why no one has called the police. That’s why there’s no evidence of him doing anything wrong.’

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