R. Kelly’s Ex-Hair Braider Breaks NDA To Share Alleged Sexual Assault Story

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New York, NY – Lanita Carter spoke publicly for the primary time in a CBS interview detailing her account R. Kelly’s alleged sexual abuse that happened when she labored as his hair braider. Kelly at the moment faces 10 counts felony aggravated sexual abuse costs involving 4 girls.

Carter is one the accusers.

While working as his hair braider, Carter had thought Kelly as a “good gentleman.” She defended him amidst his little one pornography costs in 2002, saying “he’s nothing like what they are saying.”

Then, on February 18, 2003, Carter mentioned Kelly requested for a head therapeutic massage whereas she was working. She mentioned she laughed it f and advised him she didn’t do massages. That’s when Kelly allegedly turned aggressive together with her and demanded oral intercourse.

“He pulled my braid down by him and he mentioned, ‘Suck it for daddy,’” she mentioned on CBS This Morning.

Carter, who was 24-years-old on the time, refused and says Kelly started masturbating and spat in her face six occasions. When somebody knocked on the door, he advised her to “repair your face.”

She reported the incident to the police that very same day and the Tommy Hilfiger shirt she’d been sporting was taken as proof with Kelly’s semen on it. Instead costs being filed, Carter was paid two settlements to maintain quiet, the primary for $650,000 and the second for $100,000, each during which the R&B singer admitted no wrongdoing.

The second settlement was made to ban Kelly from performing “Hair Braider,” a music about having intercourse with a lady who braids his hair and together with it on future albums. Carter recalled similarities  the sofa and coiffure within the video, a mode she was identified for doing and an L-shaped sofa, much like the one she was allegedly assaulted on.

Although the settlements got here with nondisclosure agreements, Carter mentioned she was impressed to interrupt them and share her story after listening to Chicago Attorney Kimberly Foxx’s public plea and seeing Kelly’s CBS interview with Gayle King.

“Celebrities are highly effective. Celebrities have help methods. I’ve no help system,” Carter mentioned within the tearful interview. “I’ve been carrying this since 2003… If I die tomorrow, at the least I do know that I advised my reality.”

Kelly pleaded not responsible to all costs in February and is at the moment free on bail. His lawyer, Steve Greenberg, advised the Chicago Sun-Times that police had completed an “intensive investigation” on the time, including, “The state’s lawyer’s fice determined to not cost it. I feel that speaks volumes concerning the power the case.”