R. Kelly’s alleged victim opens up to Jada Pinkett Smith in shocking ‘Red Table Talk’

Jada Pinkett Smith is using her platform to talk about R. Kelly and the aftermath of the Lifetime docu-series “Surviving R. Kelly.”

In an exclusive clip from a special two-part “Red Table Talk” airing Friday and Monday, Pinkett Smith, daughter Willow Smith and mom Adrienne Banfield-Jones were joined by Lisa Van Allen, who appeared in the docu-series and says she was a victim of Kelly’s abusive behavior. 

“When he first told me he had never had a threesome, and I felt like I needed to do that for him because we were together and I was living with him,” Van Allen said in the clip. “I did it, and then he wanted another one and another one, and that’s when it was like ‘Uh oh.’ “

Van Allen described her relationship with Kelly to Pinkett Smith. 

Van Allen said in “Surviving R. Kelly” the singer coerced her into having sex with him and a 14-year-old girl, lying to Van Allen and telling her that the other girl was 16, not 14, she said. She said that she found a sex tape that allegedly featured her with Kelly and the 14-year-old

Van Allen also claimed in the docu-series she stole the infamous tape. 

“People need to remember that Lisa you were a child on that tape and I think that people got that twisted, the idea that those were two minors,” said Pinkett Smith, who had joined other celebrities in speaking out on social media about the docu-series.

“Exactly,” Van Allen replied. “People don’t understand, I was 17. When I started noticing that he was a liar and a manipulator was when I started putting things together that didn’t add up, like when I found out the girl was younger. And I’m like ‘why would he do that?’ Things like that are when I started really really questioning him.”

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