Mississippi Man Sues R. Kelly for Allegedly Breaking Up His Marriage

Posted April 30, 2017

Deputy Kenneth Bryant is suing R&B singer R. Kelly for allegedly having a years-long affair with Bryant's wife. He seeks damages for "emotional, psychological, and financial loss" as the result of the singer's actions.

But the lawsuit says Childress reconnected with Kelly after attending one of his concerts in October 2012, leading to multiple liaisons over more than four years. Then, Bryant's wife allegedly convinced him to quit his job in MS and move to Atlanta-not so that he could further his career as she said, but so that she could keep doin' it with R. Kelly.

Yikes! R. Kelly is known to be a ladies man, but apparently he messed with a married woman and now her husband is suing him in a MS civil court. "Childress contracted the sexual disease from her extramarital relationship with R. Kelly".

According to the lawsuit, "Childress was treated for chlamydia during this time period".

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Another fun fact about this sordid tale: Childress alleges that R. Kelly also gave her chlamydia around the time that she started the affair.

While this lawsuit sounds outrageous, it could be winnable in the state of Mississippi. He's seeking unspecified damages. According to Gulf News, the conservative state has a law that allows spouses to sue the third parties who ripped apart their marriages.

Eventually, he said, Childress convinced him to move to Atlanta for "her career", but that "the ulterior motive of which was to foster her adulterous relationship with R. Kelly".

HollywoodLifers, do you think Kenny will be able to win his lawsuit against R. Kelly? Childress did not respond to a request for comment. "Time after time, R. Kelly cuckolded Bryant, with blatant disregard for Bryant's and Childress' vows".

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