The R&B star was indicted before a grand jury on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, involving four female minors, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx said at a press conference Friday. Kelly, whose legal name is Robert Kelly, is not in custody.
Avenatti said his office was retained last April by people regarding allegations of sexual assault of minors by Kelly. He said the video surfaced during a 10-month investigation. He told the AP that the person who provided the VHS tape knew both Kelly and the female in the video.
At a Friday afternoon press conference, Avenatti said the video was shot in the late 1990s, approximately in 1999. He said the tape contains two separate scenes shot on two separate days, both inside Kelly’s residence at the time.
Avenatti said the tape is superior in both audio and video quality than the one used in Kelly’s 2008 trial. He said on the tape, Kelly and the victim both refer to her age as being 14 years old in excess of 10 separate times.
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