R. Kelly's Brother Identifies Family Member Who Molested Them

Atlanta, GA – R. Kelly’s youthful brother, Carey Kelly, made the trek from Chicago to Atlanta final month to talk with radio host Tasha Okay.

During the interview, Carey opened up in regards to the sexual abuse he says he and his brother (Robert) skilled by the hands of their older sister, Theresa. For years, Robert admitted he was abused by a member of the family however would by no means say who it was.

“I was around 6 years old,” he says. “She’s 9 years older than me, so she needed to be about 15. My mother needed to work and she or he was going to highschool to care for us. So, my sister watched us and my mama trusted her. I just about was even afraid to inform my mama. I didn’t know if she was going to consider me. I didn’t know the way all the pieces would change by me talking up on it.

“So, I was afraid to tell her. I knew that my sister was the only one to watch us. She couldn’t go to work. She couldn’t go to school if my sister wasn’t there to do it. It was a catch-22 type of situation.”

Carey explains his celebrity brother was 10 years outdated when she began molesting him. Carey observed his sister would enable him to go outdoors, however she’d preserve Robert inside alone.

During his section in Lifetime’s latest Surviving R. Kelly docu-series, Carey recalled telling Robert in regards to the molestation however was met with full denial.

Elsewhere within the interview, Carey weighed in on the allegations his brother is going through and dove into additional element about their childhood.

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