R. Kelly Leading Abusive Sex Cult — Brainwashing Young Women Parents Tell Police

R. Kelly has reportedly been leading an abusive sex cult, brainwashing young women aspiring to be singers. Parents have complained to police that the R&B singer is holding their daughters against their will and former members of Kelly’s inner circle have confirmed the allegations.

A singer by day, a sexually abusive cult leader by night

In a lengthy new investigative report from BuzzFeed News claimed that parents of young women are alleging that their young daughters are being held against their will in R. Kelly’s sexually abusive cult.

Several parents of the alleged victims have filed reports with the police and the FBI saying that R. Kelly is running an “abusive cult” that is “tearing families apart.” However, the police reportedly said that they can’t do anything because all of the young women are of legal age to give consent.

One of the woman’s parents claimed to BuzzFeed that R. Kelly first seemed to show interest in their 19-year-old daughter’s music career, only to eventually lure her into a relationship with him.

The parents, who wish to remain anonymous, said that despite R. Kelly having been accused of being inappropriately sexual with young women like “the Aaliyah situation” and his song “Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number,” they never imagined that they would lose their daughter the way that they had. The parents of the alleged R. Kelly victim are fighting to get their daughter home.

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A controlling, brainwashing dictator

Additionally, three former members of R. Kelly’s inner group Cheryl Mack, Kitti Jones, and Asante McGee, confirmed that the parents had every reason to be concerned about their daughters.

The insiders said that six women currently live in R. Kelly’s rental properties in both the Chicago and Atlanta suburbs. The “I Believe I Can Fly” singer allegedly controls “what they eat, how they dress, when they bathe, when they sleep, and how they engaged in sexual encounters he records.”

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R. Kelly also allegedly shows the recordings of his sexual encounters with the women to the men in his circle.

A 31-year-old “den mother” reportedly “trained” Kelly’s new girls on how the celebrity liked to be pleasured sexually. A 25-year-old woman who has been a part of his “scene” for seven years reportedly lives at one of his rental properties.

A 19-year-old model who has been photographed in public with R. Kelly recently is a new addition to his “cult” of women, along with an 18-year-old singer from Polk County, Florida who is his “favorite” “number-one girl,” according to Cheryl Mack.

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The three women who came forward said that at first, they believed that the R&B artist just lived a lavish lifestyle that would take some getting used to, but they realized soon enough that they had been totally brainwashed.

“No. You have to ask for food. You have to ask to go use the bathroom. … [Kelly] is a master at mind control. … He is a puppet master.”

R. Kelly also allegedly requires the women to wear jogging suits so that their “figure is not exposed.”

If the women do not obey the singer’s rules, they are punished physically and verbally.

“R. Kelly is the sweetest person you will ever want to meet, but Robert is the devil.”

The online response since the BuzzFeed investigative report was published on Monday morning has been swift. People have commented that they were not at all surprised by the accusations made about R. Kelly considering his long history with similar allegations.

In 2008, R. Kelly was tried in Illinois where he was acquitted on 14 charges of making child pornography.

Are you surprised by the accusations that R. Kelly is running a sexually abusive cult of women? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

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