R. Kelly’s Disturbing Rules For Alleged Victims Exposed In New 5-Count Indictment

R. Kelly Arrested On Federal Sex Crime Charges 5 Months After Pleading Not Guilty

R. Kelly has been arrested on 13 counts of federal sex crime charges, including child pornography, enticement of a minor and obstruction of justice on Thursday, July 11 in Chicago. Now, RadarOnline.com can reveal details on the new indictment filed in Brooklyn, New York.

The indictment obtained from United States District Court, Eastern District of New York claimed R. Kelly, whose real name is Robert, and members of his entourage traveled throughout the United States and abroad to promote the R. Kelly brand and to “recruit women and girls to engage in illegal sexual activity with Kelly.”


Members of “the enterprise” invited women and girls backstage following Kelly’s live performances on his behalf. After the events, he would communicate with the women and girls and often request photographs of themselves.

An alleged set of rules was put in place for Kelly’s sexual partners.

“The women and girls were not permitted to leave their room without receiving permission from Kelly, including to eat or go to the bathroom,” the indictment read, “The women and girls were required to wear baggy clothing when they were not accompanying Kelly to an event or unless otherwise instructed by Kelly. The women and girls were not permitted to look at other men and instead were told to keep their heads down. The women and girls were required to call Kelly ‘daddy.’”

R. Kelly Arrested On Federal Sex Crime Charges 5 Months After Pleading Not Guilty

Kelly, 52, has been charged with one count of racketeering. Prosecutors have eleven alleged instances to support the charge.

One instance is the sexual exploitation of a child.

“In or about and between May 1999 and October 15, 1999, both dates being approximate and inclusive, within the Northern District of Illinois, the defendant Robert Sylvester Kelly, together with others, did knowingly and intentionally employ, use, persuade, induce, entice and coerce a minor, to wit: Jane Doe #1 to engage in sexually explicit conduct for the purpose of producing one or more visual depictions of such conduct, which visual depictions were produced using materials that had been mailed, shipped and transported in interstate and foreign commerce,” the indictment read.

For the second instance, kidnapping, Kelly and his entourage “did knowingly and intentionally secretly confine an individual, to wit: Jane Doe #2, against her will, and induce Jane

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