A MS man has filed a lawsuit against R. Kelly for allegedly popping on a little 12 Play and doing a little bumping and grinding with his wife.
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When reached for comment by People, Kelly's reps declined and Childress did not respond.
According to the lawsuit, Childress repeatedly traveled to nearby states to attend R. Kelly concerts and rendezvous with the singer. Bryant filed the complaint on April 21st, blaming Kelly for the deterioration of his marriage "beyond fix".
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Eventually, he said, Childress convinced him to move to Atlanta for "her career", but that "the ulterior motive of which was to foster her adulterous relationship with R. Kelly". Bryant says the singer's actions resulted in Bryant splitting from his wife of five years, Asia Childress. Unfortunately, he believes the real reason they moved to the southern city was so Childress could be closer to Kellz. According to Gulf News, the conservative state has a law that allows spouses to sue the third parties who ripped apart their marriages.
The lawsuit also alleges the father of three gave Asia chlamydia while failing to mention if she passed it on to him or not.
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The Grammy victor has in the past denied allegations he had sexual relationships with underage girls, although he has settled a number of lawsuits. The articles appeared online and in print in several Australian magazines including Woman's Day and The Australian Women's Weekly. Her lawyer today told the Victoria state Supreme Court in Melbourne that the articles tarnished Wilson's reputation in Hollywood as a fair and honest person.