R Kelly manhandled a 16-year-old girl sexually he met at kid pornography trial', court hears

R Kelly manhandled a 16-year-old girl sexually he met at kid pornography trial’, court hears

R Kelly ‘sexually abused 16-year-old he met at child porn trial’, court hears

R Kelly allegedly told a 16-year-old fan that he met a year earlier at his kid porn entertainment trial that he was glad she was a virgin and that he would ‘train’ her on the best way to ‘please him sexually’, a court has heard.

The 54-year-old’s federal trial for racketeering and sex dealing charges has started in Brooklyn, New York, with Kelly denying the charges.

While the arraignment anticipates introducing proof that Kelly purportedly abused 22 victims, the charges spread out in the prosecution revolve around six alleged victims.

A 29-year-elderly person, who was the first witness testified on Wednesday, and told the jury that the Ignition singer knew she was underage in 2009 when they had sex in Chicago, where the time of assent is 17.

The witness testified that she met Kelly when she was 14 years of age when she went to the entire 2008 trial, at which he was seen not as blameworthy on charges of making kid porn because of absence of sufficient evidence.

She alleged that when she was 16, she got together with Kelly, who remembered her from court, at a party, and told the star that she was 19.

The vocalist allegedly welcomed her to his chateau a couple of days later, where he told her to put on her swimsuit.

The court heard that Kelly allegedly engaged in sexual relations with a 16-year-old (Picture: REUTERS)

The court heard that Kelly allegedly engaged in sexual relations with a 16-year-old (Picture: REUTERS)

The witness claims that Kelly advised her to stroll to and fro while removing her bathing suit, before they started kissing and Kelly performed oral sex on her.

She said that now she ‘felt uncomfortable’ not telling the truth about her age, and revealed her real age, showing him her state ID as evidence.

She alleged Kelly asked: ‘What is that supposed to mean?’ and told her to keep saying she was 19 and ‘act 21.’

The witness then, at that point allegedly performed oral sex on Kelly, and he told her he ‘planned to prepare her on the most proficient method to satisfy him sexually.

In her words, “was going to train me on how to please him sexually.’

They then, at that point allegedly had sex, and Kelly ‘took [her] virginity,’ which he loved.

The witness alleged that she kept on engaging in sexual act with the star over the next few months, with Kelly filming some of their experiences, and claims she was made to adhere to a severe set of rules, including not being permitted to wear loose garments, having her call him ‘Daddy,’ and forbidding her from eating food or using the bathroom without his consent.

The arraignment considered Kelly a 'predator' (Picture: REUTERS)

Assistant US Attorney Maria Cruz Melendez considered Kelly a ‘predator’ (Picture: REUTERS)

She told the court that the last night she spent in Kelly’s home was in 2010, when the vocalist allegedly ‘slapped me and choked me until I passed out’ when she didn’t immediately recognize his presence when he entered the room.

The witness alleged that Kelly spat in her face and instructed her to ‘put my head down in shame’, before making her to perform oral sex on him and ejaculating all over.

She claims she cleaned Kelly’s spit and semen on the T-shirt she was wearing — a similar T-shirt that was then presented in court Wednesday as proof.

In her opening statement, Assistant US Attorney Maria Cruz Melendez considered Kelly a ‘predator’ who utilized his popularity, power, and an network of people’ as well as ‘lies, manipulation, threats, and physical abuse’ ‘to control his alleged casualties, a number of whom were aspiring singers and vocalists or fans who met him at his own shows.

She said: ‘The defendant quickly learned he could take advantage of this access — and he did.’

One of Kelly’s attorneys, Nicole Blank Becker, called the allegations against her client a ‘mess of lies’ that ‘will crumble’ under cross-examination.

In her initial statement, she urged the jury to be sispicious of the alleged victim, saying they ‘have an agenda’ and claiming many ‘became angry, resentful, and even spiteful’ when their ‘relationships’ ended.

Becker said: ‘Don’t assume that everyone’s telling the truth.’

The trial continues.