‘Guilty as hell’ R. Kelly needed anti-libido shots to control urges: ex-lawyer Ed Gensen

The lawyer who defended R. Kelly in a decade-old child pornography case said Thursday that the R&B legend was guilty of those charges — and even received anti-libido drugs to help contain his urges.

“He was guilty as hell!” Ed Genson, 77, told the Chicago Sun-Times from his Deerfield, Ill., home.

But the former criminal defense attorney said he believes the “Trapped in the Closet” singer hasn’t done anything “inappropriate” in years.

“I’ll tell you a secret,” he said. “I had him go to a doctor to get shots, libido-killing shots. That’s why he didn’t get arrested for anything else.”

Genson, who has terminal bile duct cancer, told the paper he doesn’t feel ambivalent about getting Kelly acquitted and keeping him out of prison in 2008.

 

R. Kelly Accused by Woman of ‘Grooming’ Her for Cult, STD Infection

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A woman told Dallas police R&B singer R. Kelly “knowingly and intentionally” infected her with a sexually transmitted disease during an eight-month relationship that began when she was 19.

The woman said in a criminal complaint filed April 9 that Kelly caused “serious bodily injury” to her in December, during a relationship in which he also gave her illegal drugs and alcohol, her lawyer, Lee Merritt, told HuffPost. The woman, who the lawyer didn’t identify by name, ended the relationship in February, when Kelly’s “predatory, controlling and abusive behavior” escalated, Merritt said.

During her relationship with the singer, “our client was the victim of several forms of criminal misconduct by Kelly, including, but not limited to, unlawful restraint, furnishing alcohol and illegal drugs to a minor, and aggravated assault (via the referenced intentional STD infection),” Merritt wrote in a press release. “These offenses occurred while our client was being groomed to join Kelly’s sex cult.”

Kelly, 51, did not immediately respond to HuffPost’s request for comment. A spokesperson told The Washington Post, which first reported the woman’s complaint, that the singer “categorically denies all claims and allegations.”

Merritt said the woman is preparing a federal civil lawsuit against Kelly. The singer “gradually introduced the cult to our client over the course of their relationship, culminating with an explanation that she would have to sign a contract and offer collateral information about herself and her family for Kelly’s protection,” he said.

Kelly’s stardom has been marked by dozens of sexual misconduct allegations dating back to 1994, when he allegedly married R&B singer Aaliyah when she was 15 and he was 27.

In 2008, Kelly was acquitted of child pornography charges after a video showed him allegedly having sex with and urinating on a 14-year-old girl. He has agreed to multiple out-of-court settlements with women who accused him of sexual assault, including one who said Kelly had sex with her when she was 15.

Last year, a BuzzFeed report alleged the singer holds multiple young women against their will in an abusive sex cult. Rolling Stone also reported that Kelly’s ex-girlfriend, radio DJ Kitti Jones, said he abused, sexually assaulted and starved her throughout their two-year relationship.

The woman who filed the Dallas complaint said that after she left Kelly, she contacted the family of Jocelyn Savage, a young woman whose parents say is being held against her will in Kelly’s sex cult. The woman told Savage’s parents she had contact with their daughter while she was dating Kelly, according to the Post.

Kelly continues to book concerts and receive big-name endorsements, despite the decades of allegations. He has sold nearly 60 million albums.

R. Kelly holding young women against their will in an abusive sex ‘cult’: 31 year den mother trains them for his sexual pleasure. 

According to a report by Buzzfeed, one girl’s parents have gone to the police with accusations that R. Kelly is running an abusive sex-obsessed cult that had gotten ahold of their daughter.
 
The mother, who goes by “J” in the report, tells Buzzfeed about how her 19-year-old daughter met R. Kelly backstage at a concert in Atlanta with the promise that R. Kelly was going to help propel her music career. Now, two years after the meeting, J has lost control of her daughter, who is living with R. Kelly and appears to be completely brainwashed.


 
J and her husband Tim say that their daughter is “being held against her will” in what they call a “cult.” Cheryl Mack (R. Kelly’s former personal assistant) and Kitti Jones and Asante McGee (two women who lived and had sexual relationships with the star at various times) confirmed that the singer has about six women living in properties under his name. They say that he completely controls every aspect of their lives down to what they eat and when they bathe. They say he also dictates how they engage in sex, and that he records the encounters.


The women claim that R. Kelly has a 31-year-old den mother that trains the new women on how R. Kelly likes to be pleasured. 19-year-old Halle Calhoun was also suggested to be one of Kells’ kept women, being described by Buzzfeed as “a 19-year-old model who has been photographed in public with Kelly and named on music gossip websites — a rarity among the women in his circle.” There’s also reportedly a 25 and 26-year-old who have been living with R. Kelly since they were 18 and 19, and an 18-year-old girl who is said to be the singer’s “favorite — his number-one girl.”
 
Women in the cult are referred to as R. Kelly’s “Babies” and he forces them to call him “Daddy.” They also have to ask permission to leave their assigned rooms in his guest house and can only dress in jogging suits, as to not expose their figure when they go out. When they break the rules, Mack says R. Kelly physically abuses the women. Jones claims the singer held her against a tree and slapped her outside of a Subway restaurant in 2013 because she was being too friendly with the male cashier.
 
“R. Kelly is the sweetest person you will ever want to meet,” McGee said. “But Robert is the devil.”
 
Since last seeing her in December, J has only heard from her daughter two other times, the most recent being a “Happy Mother’s Day from me and Rob” text message.
 
A welfare check in January did not lead to any charges. One of the girls in Georgia just told authorities she was fine and did not want to be bothered. Consent also comes into play because all of the women in this “cult” are of legal age — 17 in Illinois and 16 in Georgia.