R. Kelly Accuser Says She Was ‘Trained’ to ‘Please Him Sexually’
On a Monday episode of The Real, Jerhonda Pace says she was "trained" to please R. Kelly sexually. Pace has claimed she had an underage sexual relationship with the singer, and appeared on the show to share the details.
According to Pace, Kelly brought a woman to "teach" her about sexually satisfying him. She said, "The trainer -- it’s a woman -- and she trains you to please him sexually. She trained me for everything I was doing. She told me how to please him and she also taught me what I like."
Pace says she was then invited to Kelly's tour bus, where he and the woman were lying naked. "That's when he told me to look at her and he said, 'She’s going to teach you everything you need to know. So she's going to please you.' And he told me to remove my clothes and that's when me and her engaged in sexual activity. She was doing everything. I didn't know. I was 16."
Pace was also asked about living in the singer's home, where he allegedly keeps women against their will. She called it "very frightening" and claimed Kelly would "slap you in your face" and "physically harm you."
She added, "He would put you in a room and he would put you in a room and he would lock you in the room for days. For days."
Luckily for Pace, she was eventually able to escape, claiming she ran away one day and never looked back.
"He was preparing for a party at the time," she said. "I told him my uncle lived a few doors down and I wanted to go to my uncle's house to grab some shoes. And he was like, 'Okay, well when you get there, you get the shoes and you come right back.' And at that moment, when I knew I got out the house, I was like, 'I'm not going back. I refuse.' I wasn't going back."
R. Kelly has denied any allegations about him. In July, his lawyer released a statement that read, "Mr. Robert Kelly is both alarmed and disturbed by the recent revelations attributed to him. Mr. Kelly unequivocally denies such accusations and will work diligently and forcibly to pursue his accusers and clear his name."
Check out Pace's interview on The Real below.