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Another woman came out, blaming R. Kelly for a sexual offense in her first interview with the camera. Yesterday (January 18th), "Dateline NBC" broadcast a one-hour show describing in detail the long stories of Kelly's sexual assassinations. "The Accused: The R. Kelly Story" includes interviews with numerous women who blame Kelly for physical and psychological violence. Among them is Tracey Sampson, a former Epic Records trainee, who claims that in her first camera interview, Kelly has been sexually involved with her, which began in 1999 when she was 16 years old. Sampson, who was supposed to have been acquainted with Kelly by his former boss at Epic, says Kelly kissed her without consent before making her enter sex. Sampson also claimed that during the intercourse Kelly wanted to tell her, "Tell Dad how old you are." Sampson first talked about his relationship with R Kelly with Washington Post in May 201
The accuser: The R. Kelly Story also includes an interview with Kelly's lawyer, Steve Greenberg, who denies all allegations of sexual abuse and abuse. From the accusations made against Kelly, Greenberg said, "All these women are lying."
The "Dateline" investigation of the growing controversy between R. Kelly comes after six episode Lifetime "Surviving R. Kelly" series. which was broadcast earlier this month. Since then, several musicians who previously worked with Kelly have spoken against the singer, including Chance Rapper, Lady Gaga, and Phoenix. The series also motivates Cook County Prosecutor Kim Fox in Chicago to encourage all survivors and witnesses with information about Kelly to contact her office to start an investigation. Kelly has been dismissed recently by RCA Records.
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