Yet another survivor has come forward.
A former Epic Records intern named Tracy Sampson has opened up to NBC News about the alleged abuse that took place when she was just 16-years-old by R. Kelly. Tracy detailed how she met Kelly in the summer of 1999 and he would try to kiss her unwillingly, which led to a sexual relationship.
The "Ignition" singer would ask Tracy for a kiss and she would deny him, he would then ask for a hug and when she said yes he would just begin kissing her anyway. "I was in love with him," she said. "I just didn't know what to do. Like, I didn't know if this was normal. I didn't know if this is how adults acted."
R. Kelly has continued to deny all allegations pinned against his name and although he denied having sex with Tracy, he settled with her outside of court for $250,000.
Kelly's attorney, Steve Greenberg, also made an appearance in the segment and was asked if Kelly really believes that all of the victims are lying. “Every one of them, yes,” he said.
In other R. Kelly news, his former manager, Henry James Mason, has surrendered to police over "terroristic threats and acts" he made to the parents of Joycelyn Savage - one of Kelly's supposed girlfriends who is being held captive in an alleged sex dungeon.