R. Kelly’s Accuser Wrote A Book, And The Title Of One Chapter Is Disturbing AF

ATLANTA, GA - DECEMBER 27:  R. Kelly Performs during the Holiday Jam at Fox Theater on December 27, 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Prince Williams/WireImage)

R. Kelly’s Accuser Wrote A Book, And The Title Of One Chapter Is Disturbing AF

This is definitely bold.

Published November 6, 2017

One of R. Kelly's sexual and physical assault accusers, Kitti Jones, has put her alleged experiences with the singer on paper in a new tell-all book titled I Was Somebody Before This, and aside from the revelations she exposes in it, she also went for the jugular with her choice in chapter titles.

According to theJasmineBRAND.com, Jones, who made headlines last month with claims that the singer physically abused her, starved her and forced her to have sex with him during their two-year relationship in 2011, touched on just about everything in the book.

In fact, some of the chapter titles are just as polarizing as the book's contents, with some of them being, "She Looks A Lot Like The Girl From That Sex Tape," "Always Call Me A Daddy" and "Are You Getting Peed On?"

In an excerpt from the book, she recounted her alleged experiences of abuse from her susperstar ex.

"As I sat in the Chicago studio room my head started to feel dizzy, I hadn't eaten in two days," she wrote. "He had me on punishment, and thoughts of my life and how I got here? I was smart, ambitious, and independent... I had just toured 30 cities with R. Kelly, living in Chicago with him and I wanted to kill myself. As I looked around the room for something to end my life I cried I wanted to blame God, someone for not stopping me from moving to Chicago but the only thing I could find were Excedrin PM headache pills."

I Was Somebody Before This is currently available on Amazon for $10.99.

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Written by John Justice

(Photo: Prince Williams/WireImage)


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