R. Kelly has been accused of sexually abusing a teenage boy he met at a McDonald’s.
He allegedly abused the boy, known as John Doe #1 in court documents filed on Friday, after meeting him at Chicago McDonald’s in 2006.
The documents also alleged that that boy subsequently introduced Kelly, 54, to another underage male, identified only as John Doe #2.
Kelly is accused of having a sexual relationship with John Doe #2, which began several years later, according to the filing.
It’s also alleged that Kelly forced several of his “girlfriends” – including an underage girl – to have sex with the young man while he filmed them.
Prosecutors have filed a motion seeking permission to include evidence of alleged, uncharged crimes committed by the singer at his upcoming sex trafficking trial.
Kelly will stand trial next month after being charged with 22 crimes, including child sexual exploitation, the making of child sex abuse films, racketeering and obstruction of justice.
The singer led an enterprise of managers, bodyguards and other employees who helped him recruit women and girls for sex, prosecutors allege.
The Mirror has contacted a rep for R. Kelly and is currently awaiting comment.
Next month, Kelly, who is currently being held in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, will stand trial over claims Kelly and a group of managers and bodyguards recruited women and girls for sex.
Prosecutors say the group selected victims at concerts and other venues and arranged for them to travel to see Kelly.
He is also facing state charges in Minnesota, Illinois and New York but his federal trial will happen first.
Kelly was charged in the wake of the Netflix series Surviving R. Kelly in which several women alleged that they were abused by him.
Several women claimed they were forced to have sex with Kelly and each other, and were starved and had their phones taken away.
Kelly has always vehemently denied abusing anyone.