R Kelly's reputation has taken a real battering since the "Surviving R Kelly" documentary aired in America, with his own daughter even sharing a statement distancing herself from her "terrible father".
She appeared with Gloria Allred in New York City and revealed that she received a letter that would provide information of her sexual past with the general public.
Allred claimed that after "Surviving R. Kelly" aired, a number of revealing photographs that had been attached to the initial letter - but were not included in the documents presented Monday - were posted on a Facebook page defending Kelly called "Surviving Lies", which was live for several hours on January 7 before Facebook removed it.
Anchor Stefan Holt also reports on the latest in the El Chapo drug trafficking trial, a hostage standoff in New Jersey and diaper bombs on the Lower East Side. "I was vulnerable and impressionable when I met him at 19".
Ms Allred said Kelly sent the letter in October to another of Ms Rodgers' lawyers. "For example, my law team is prepared to request a production of the medical test results proving the origin of her STD claim, as well as 10 male witnesses testifying under oath about her sex life (and) complete records of her texts and FaceTime exchanges".
Kelly has long kept coy about the relationship, but his lawyer Steven Greenberg maintains that the singer was unaware of Aaliyah's age at the time of their marriage.
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"Taking a stand against R. Kelly, someone who has been termed ´the King of R&B´ and is loved by many has not been easy", Rodgers said Monday. His career has been in turmoil since the airing of a documentary detailing accusations against him.
When pressed further by the outlet if he thought people were "rewriting" history a bit, the "Better Now" hitmaker explained that he thought Kelly "had done a lot of fucked up shit".
"No woman should be victim-shamed, harassed or retaliated against because she asserted her rights and spoke her truth", Rodgers added.
Kelly denies any misconduct. "It's fiction for corporate fictions of which I am not".
The R&B singer has been ordered to pay $173,000 in back rent and court fees by Monday, or he'll be evicted from the warehouse.