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Another tape appears to show R. Kelly with girls, lawyer says

A THIRD tape emerges of ‘R. Kelly sexually abusing young African American girls’ in the 90s after it was discovered by a Pennsylvania man in his collection of old sports VHS tapes

  • Attorney Gloria Allred said Sunday her clients Gary and Sally Dennis found the tape in their Pennsylvania home in the last few weeks
  • Gary found the tape in a box of old VHS videos while he was searching through old sports games he had recorded
  • He said he doesn’t know Kelly and doesn’t know where the tape came from 
  • Dennis said a man who appears to be Kelly was on the recording engaged in sexual acts with young African American girls in the 1990s
  • Allred said she was contacted by Dennis and she subsequently handed the tape over to the New York District Attorney 
  • She said the identity of the young girls was not known 

Another tape has emerged that allegedly shows R. Kelly sexually abusing multiple young girls in the 90s, according to attorney Gloria Allred. 

At a press conference in New York on Sunday, Allred said her client Gary Dennis and his wife Sally found the tape in their Pennsylvania home in the last few weeks. 

He said he doesn’t know Kelly and doesn’t know where the tape came from. 

Dennis said he came across the tape in a box full of old VHS videos while he was searching through old sports games he had recorded. He said one of the sport tapes also had ‘R. Kelly’ written on it but he had assumed it was going to be an old concert. 

 

At a press conference in New York on Sunday, attorney Gloria Allred said her client Gary Dennis and his wife Sally found the tape in their Pennsylvania home in the last few weeks 

Dennis said a man who appears to be Kelly was on the recording engaged in sexual acts with young African American girls.

He said he was ‘disgusted’ and ‘horrified’ by what he saw on the video.  

‘I can’t get the memory out of my head, it just stays with me constantly. (It’s) sickening and shameful and most of all harmful to those children,’ he said. ‘It breaks my heart to see a celebrity whose music I used to love harm children in this way.’

Allred said she was contacted by Dennis and she subsequently handed the tape over to the New York District Attorney. 

She said the identity of the young girls was not known but there was no reason to believe they were the same victims who recently came forward for the documentary ‘Surviving R. Kelly’. 

Allred noted that the video appeared to have been filmed in the 1990s and that her clients assumed the girls were underage because they were not ‘fully developed’.  

Dennis said he came across the tape in a box full of old VHS videos while he was searching through old sports games he had recorded. He said he doesn't know Kelly and doesn't know where the tape came from

Dennis said he came across the tape in a box full of old VHS videos while he was searching through old sports games he had recorded. He said he doesn’t know Kelly and doesn’t know where the tape came from 

Kelly is facing 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse in connection to three girls and one woman. The R&B singer has denied any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty after being charged last month

Kelly is facing 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse in connection to three girls and one woman. 

The R&B singer has denied any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty after being charged last month. 

He 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. 

Attorney Michael Avenatti has also said he has turned over two videos to prosecutors that he says shows Kelly sexually abusing girls. 

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