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Pace's story is different than previously reported accounts because she was underage when she and Kelly began a sexual relationship.
Pace says she is talking now — and breaking a signed nondisclosure agreement — because she is concerned about women still living with Kelly in what police have been told is an abusive “cult,” as Buzz Feed News first reported last month.
“He didn’t have anything to sign, and neither did I, but my friend reached into her pocket and found an old bank slip, so I got his autograph on her bank slip.
I laminated that.”That meeting with Kelly would not be her last.
The two then had oral sex and, Pace said in interviews with Buzz Feed News and her 2010 polygraph interview, Kelly made his first attempt to ensure that she did not talk about their sexual relationship by having her write out and sign letters stating that she had stolen jewelry and cash from him and that her parents had set her up to blackmail him.
Pace says she did as instructed, but none of the charges were true.
(The age of consent in Illinois is 17.)Not long after, on June 5, 2009, Pace says Kelly invited her to come back to his mansion and sent an employee to pick her up in a black SUV.
Now a 24-year-old mother of three with the married name Jerhonda Pace, she tells Buzz Feed News that after the trial, when she was 16, she became one of many women traumatized by a sexual relationship with Kelly.If she would have come forward, I think it would have made a huge difference. He's free." The MTV article reported that Pace was 18, but public records, as well as Pace’s birth certificate and driver’s license, show she was actually 15 at the time; she admits she lied to the reporter because Cook County sheriff’s officers were not admitting anyone under 18 into the trial.Outside of court at the time, she defended Kelly to multiple news outlets. Pace says she met Kelly when he was walking into the court building.If convicted, Kelly could have been sentenced to 15 years in prison. “I wanted to see everything for myself.” That included watching the notorious video when it was shown several times in court.(While working at the Chicago Sun-Times, this reporter received the tape anonymously and turned it over to the police; called by Kelly's attorneys to testify, he took the Fifth Amendment rather than revealing sources.)Looking back, Pace says she attended the trial because she was a fan and wanted to know what happened. Prosecutors alleged that the 26-minute, 39-second video depicted Kelly having sex with a 14-year-old girl, urinating in her mouth, and ordering her to call him “daddy.” Pace says watching the video was “disturbing.” But because the girl and her parents never testified— though 14 other witnesses, including her aunt, did identify the girl — Pace says she thought, Well, maybe that’s not the girl.