Free sex chatting no cards sign up saint john dating

If she would have come forward, I think it would have made a huge difference. He's free." The MTV article reported that Pace was 18, but public records, as well as Pace’s birth certificate and driver’s license, show she was actually 15 at the time; she admits she lied to the reporter because Cook County sheriff’s officers were not admitting anyone under 18 into the trial.

Her parents, and the parents of an 18-year-old aspiring singer from Florida, have all said they have been told there is an ongoing federal investigation into Kelly, but an FBI spokesman declined requests for comment from Buzz Feed News.“If I can speak out and I can help them get out of that situation, that’s what I will do,” Pace says.

“I didn’t have anybody to speak up on my behalf when I was going through what I was going through with him.

In May 2009, a friend and employee of Kelly's friended Pace on Myspace, Pace tells Buzz Feed News, and invited her to a party Kelly was throwing at his mansion in suburban Olympia Fields, Illinois.

Pace, who had just turned 16, says she lied to her parents, telling them she was going to a friend’s house.“I was a bit nervous,” she says.

The R&B superstar had no bigger fan, and Johnson was quoted in national media stories defending her musical idol.

Now a 24-year-old mother of three with the married name Jerhonda Pace, she tells Buzz Feed News that after the trial, when she was 16, she became one of many women traumatized by a sexual relationship with Kelly.In 2008, Jerhonda Johnson was a 15-year-old sophomore from Chicago’s south suburbs who cut high school every day to attend R.Kelly’s trial on 14 counts of making child pornography."They can't call him a pedophile anymore," Pace, then 15, told MTV. The star “seemed like a cool guy, and he would always speak to me when he saw me,” she recalls.She even got the singer’s autograph, which she provided to Buzz Feed News.Kelly “superfan” when she heard his album Chocolate Factory at age 11.

Comments are closed.