Another potentially incriminating tape of R&B star R. Kelly has been handed over to authorities.
Gary Dennis, a Pennsylvania man represented by attorney Gloria Allred, said on Sunday he has provided law enforcement with a recording he found while cleaning out a box of VHS tapes, per NBC News. He claims it shows Kelly "sexually abusing underage African-American girls," HuffPost reports.
The contents of this tape, which have been provided to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York, have not yet been verified by news outlets. But this comes after attorney Michael Avenatti last month provided law enforcement with a tape he said showed Kelly abusing an underage girl. This tape was reviewed by CNN, which confirmed it appeared to show Kelly with a girl who both he and Kelly suggest on tape is 14 years old.
Kelly previously faced child pornography charges in 2002 over a tape allegedly showing him having sex with a minor, but he was ultimately acquitted. Last month, he was indicted on 10 charges of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, and he has pleaded not guilty. His attorney on Sunday denied that he is on "any" tape and said that it's "obviously now just open season on R. Kelly."