R. Kelly would relive the ways he was molested as a child by subjecting his ex-girlfriend to sick sex games in the bedroom, she claimed in an explosive new interview.
Kitti Jones told Dr. Oz that she was “slapped, kicked” and starved until she passed out during her two-year relationship with the fallen R&B star, 52, who was so controlling she even had to ask permission to use the bathroom.
The I Believe I Can Fly singer confided in her that he had been “sexually abused” as a child by “a man in the neighbourhood,” Jones, 41, told the show on Thursday.
“Later in the relationship, there were things that he would ask me to do to him, sexually, that I connected to the abuse,” said Jones, looking clearly uncomfortable at the memory.
“And that’s when I would feel really ill doing it to him because I knew where it was coming from. It was some pretty graphic things.”
The allegations R. Kelly currently faces were laid bare in the documentary Surviving R. Kelly released last year. The second part – a three-episode series – is now available to stream on Foxtel Now.
Jones, who is a DJ, said that when she was beaten by Kelly “it felt like it lasted forever.”
“I was being starved excessively,” she added, saying the “longest that I had gone was almost three days, but I had passed out.”
Kelly has faced accusations of sexual abuse for decades, but the accusations became more intense after the release of Surviving R. Kelly last January, which included claims that women — some underage — were held prisoner by Kelly, who has denied all allegations.
In a statement, reps for Kelly said the “series is nothing other than worthless propaganda, without any basis in fact or reality.”
The series featured interviews from survivors of alleged abuse at the hands of the singer, as well as legal and psychological experts, and more, discussing the accusations and accusers.
This article originally appeared in the NY Post and was reproduced with permission.
Originally published as R. Kelly’s ex spills on ‘sick sex games’