In an interview with "CBS This Morning," she recalled one incident where Kelly visited her hotel room after he flew her to New York for one of his shows. There, she said she "submitted" to having sex with him.
"I didn't really say anything. I kinda just froze up," she said. "I definitely was uncomfortable. But he has this type of, like, intimidation right off the bat. You know? So I was just waiting for it to be over."
She said those situations occurred multiple times.
Although Kelly is not facing any criminal charges, he has been accused of sexual misconduct several times over the years, including a claim that he ran a cult in his Atlanta home. He refuted that claim and has previously denied other allegations of sexual abuse.
In April 2018, Mensch and Kelly’s assistant resigned from their positions after working with the entertainer for years.
In May 2018, the Time’s Up movement launched a campaign specifically targeting him over the the sexual abuse allegations and revealed it would be collaborating with the social media campaign #MuteRKelly, which seeks to stop his music from being played and cancel his concerts.
Soon after, radio host Tom Joyner and Spotify announced it would no longer actively promote Kelly's music in any way on its platform.
Kelly has not responded to the latest allegation.