R. Kelly allegedly seen ‘sexually abusing underaged African-American girls’ in recently unearthed video: Attorney

There’s now a third video in which R. Kelly is allegedly seen engaging in sexual abuse, according to high-profile attorney Gloria Allred.

According to the Associated Press, Allred is representing Gary Dennis, a man who claims he was looking through a box of video cassettes and found the tape.

Kelly’s attorney, however, denies the video shows the disgraced entertainer in the lewd acts depicted.

“It is not him,” Steve Greenberg said, further reiterating Kelly’s denial that “he is on any tape with underaged girls.”

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Allred acknowledged in a news conference that she could not be “100 percent certain” of the identity of the man on the footage. Nevertheless, she believes it represents abuse in addition to the 10 criminal counts already filed against Kelly.

The attorney did not provide additional details about the contents of the video and Dennis said he does not know how the tape came to be in his possession.

“To my shock and surprise, R. Kelly appeared to be on the tape, but not in concert,” he said. “Instead he was sexually abusing underaged African-American girls.”

It was unclear how many girls appeared in the footage, but Allred said the assumption that some were minors was based on their apparent state of physical development.

Dennis said he was “disgusted and horrified” upon watching the contents.

As CrimeOnline previously reported, Kelly was released from jail for the second time in as many weeks after an unidentified benefactor posted the six-figure sum he allegedly owed in back child support payments.

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[Featured image: R. Kelly, Cook County Sheriff’s Office via AP]