AceShowbiz - R. Kelly has set the record straight on his sexuality. The disgraced singer, who was sentenced to 30 years in jail in racketeering and sex trafficking case, told his doctor that he's not gay after a male accuser claimed the singer forced him to perform oral sex.
In a shocking psychiatric evaluation obtained by Radar Online on Sunday, July 17, it's explained that the "I Believe I Can Fly" crooner told his doctor that he only had sexual interests in women. The report was submitted by the musician's lawyer on June 13, ahead of his sentencing last month.
In the report, the doctor questioned R. Kelly about his sexuality. "Mr. Kelly identified his adult sexual interest as heterosexual," read the document. "Kelly rated himself a one on the Kinsey Scale. A score of one is defined, by Kinsey, as the overwhelming majority of sexual attraction, desire, fantasy or activity is with members of the opposite sex (heterosexual); homosexual experiences are infrequent and largely experimental."
The report, in fact, was made months after a male accuser Louis gave testimony in court during R. Kelly's 2021 trial. Louis told the jury that R. Kelly approached him while he was working the drive-thru at a local McDonald's.
Louis said when he was 17 years old, R. Kelly slipped him his phone number and invited him back to the recording studio. The accuser then added R. Kelly asked him what he was willing to do to make it in the music industry.
Louis further claimed that R. Kelly asked him if he had "fantasies" about other men before the singer proceeded to perform oral sex on him. He told the jury, "He just told me we had to keep it between me and him." He later stressed that R. Kelly forced him to call him "daddy" and filmed their sexual encounters.
During one of their hangouts, Louis said he brought his 16-year-old male friend which R. Kelly liked. The "Your Body's Callin' " singer reportedly told Louis to keep bringing that friend with him. R. Kelly allegedly formed a relationship with Louis' friend and had sex with him.
R. Kelly was eventually sentenced to 30 years in jail on June 29 for masterminding a scheme to entice and sexually exploit young aspiring singers and underage children.