Yet another R. Kelly accuser has come forward for the first time to speak the “truth” about how she was allegedly attacked by the musician.
Lanita Carter gave an emotional interview with CBS News and claims she is one of the four accusers whose accusations led to Kelly’s arrest in Chicago in February.
“I was sexually abused by him and I live after that. I try to pick up the pieces every day,” Carter told CBS correspondent Jericka Duncan during their discussion that aired on “CBS This Morning” on Thursday.
“It’s hard but I know I’ll get through it. I’m not ashamed of my past anymore.”
Carter — who was 24 at the time — said she worked as Kelly’s “hair-braider for two years” when he assaulted her 15 years ago by trying to force her to give him oral sex. She claims he then masturbated and spat in her face.
She submitted her shirt for DNA testing and Cook County prosecutors matched it to the R&B star.
CLICK HERE to read story