Urban Girl Mag | Kitti Jones Publicly Admits R. Kelly Abused her Mentally and Physically for Years
R. Kelly is at it yet again. The singer is at the center of yet another controversial sexual scandal. He's being accused of sexual, physical and mental abuse by Kitti Jones, a disk jockey out of Texas. In an exclusive interview with Rollingstone magazine Jones opens up about an alleged 2 year polygamous relationship with Kelly. Read below for excerpts from the Rollingstone article. . .. . "I was attracted to him and was just like, 'Well, OK. Fine,'" she says. "Maybe he just has weird ways of getting off." The two had oral sex that weekend, with Kelly, according to Jones, saying things like, "I gotta teach you how to be with me" and "I gotta train you." "He was like a drill sergeant even when he was pleasuring me," Jones says. "He was telling me how to bend my back or move my leg here. I'm like, 'Why is he directing it like this?' It was very uncomfortable."
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Kitti Jones Publicly Admits R. Kelly Abused her Mentally and Physically for Years

R. Kelly is at it yet again. The singer is at the center of yet another controversial sexual scandal. He’s being accused of sexual, physical and mental abuse by Kitti Jones, a disk jockey out of Texas. In an exclusive interview with Rollingstone magazine Jones opens up about an alleged 2 year polygamous relationship with Kelly. Read below for excerpts from the Rollingstone article.

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“I was attracted to him and was just like, ‘Well, OK. Fine,'” she says. “Maybe he just has weird ways of getting off.” The two had oral sex that weekend, with Kelly, according to Jones, saying things like, “I gotta teach you how to be with me” and “I gotta train you.” “He was like a drill sergeant even when he was pleasuring me,” Jones says. “He was telling me how to bend my back or move my leg here. I’m like, ‘Why is he directing it like this?’ It was very uncomfortable.”

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“But he tried to make me feel special about [the trip],” Jones adds. “Like, ‘If I didn’t really like you, I wouldn’t have done that, and I wouldn’t even be wasting my time flying you out, and I respect you.'” Jones and Kelly continued their romance, with Kelly, according to Jones, sending her flowers and gifts at work. “I had been divorced a couple of years at that point and [I was] meeting some bad guys,” Jones says. But Kelly made her feel better. “He’s not trying to hurry up and have sex. It was an escape for me.” She was single, lonely and her son was living in Europe with her ex-husband. Kelly offered the perfect respite.

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According to Jones, Kelly claimed that he would pay her double her salary if she moved to Chicago, but also cautioned her on his close relationship with women. “He said, ‘I have friends and I have girls I’ve raised,'” Jones recalls. “I didn’t know what he meant by ‘raised’ at the time. He said, ‘I eventually want you to meet them, but I want to make sure you’re mentally ready for that.'”

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According to Jones, Kelly claimed that he would pay her double her salary if she moved to Chicago, but also cautioned her on his close relationship with women. “He said, ‘I have friends and I have girls I’ve raised,'” Jones recalls. “I didn’t know what he meant by ‘raised’ at the time. He said, ‘I eventually want you to meet them, but I want to make sure you’re mentally ready for that.'”

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Jones had been living with Kelly for less than a month when she claims the first instance of physical abuse occurred, in November 2011. Jones says that on a return trip to Dallas around Thanksgiving, she saw the video at the heart of his child-pornography trial for the first time and challenged Kelly on the phone about it. “He said, ‘Bitch, don’t you ever f****ng accuse me of something like that,'” Jones says. “He never had spoken to me like that before.”

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Jones claims Kelly remained enraged when she flew back and met him at the airport. “My heart was just beating through my chest,” she says. “He just turned into a monster. I blamed myself ’cause I was like, ‘Maybe I shouldn’t’ve said anything.'” As they drove home, Jones says she repeatedly apologized while Kelly kicked her multiple times and delivered a series of open-handed slaps to her face. “I was putting my hand over my face and telling him I was sorry,” Jones says. “He would start kicking me, telling me I was a stupid b**ch [and] don’t ever get in his business.” The next day, Jones says, the couple went shopping and neither spoke about the incident.

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Shortly after the alleged abuse, Jones considered leaving Kelly but began to think “about how ashamed I was of leaving my career.” She was concerned about both exposing the man she loved and having “too much explaining to do.” “I didn’t want to damage him any further than what people already thought,” she says. Jones claims in the first year she lived with Kelly, the singer physically abused her approximately 10 times, with the frequency increasing the following year.

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Despite all three girlfriends living in one location, Jones says the singer at first tried to ensure none of them knew the others were living there. There were no locks on the doors, but cameras monitored every move and Kelly would punish the women for attempting to leave for any reason without permission. (The source who knew Kelly independently confirmed Kelly’s rules with his girlfriends to Rolling Stone.) Kelly would frequently take away Jones’ phone as punishment – sometimes as long as two months – cutting off her ability to request food or perform basic functions, according to Jones and the other source who knew him.

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Jones says that in March 2013, she was introduced to another one of Kelly’s girlfriends. The singer brought the woman in naked and told her to crawl toward Jones and perform oral sex on her. “He told me, ‘I raised her. I’ve trained this bitch. This is my pet,'” she says.

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That night would begin a new, darker chapter of Jones’ relationship with Kelly, one in which she claims he would force her to have sex with other women. Kelly would frequently fly girls in for sex, says Jones, and order her and his other girlfriends to hook up with them. “You can’t say no because you’re going to get punished,” she says. “You just become numb to what’s happening. It’s so traumatic the things that he makes you do to other people and to him.”

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