A Texas woman named Faith A. Rodgers filed a lawsuit against R. Kelly in a Manhattan court on Monday. According to the New York Times, the suit alleges sexual battery, false imprisonment, and failure to disclose a sexually transmitted disease.

The suit, which seeks unspecified damages, claims that Rodgers met the 51-year-old R&B star after a concert in San Antonio last March when she was 19. The two remained in contact over the phone for a few months before Kelly flew her to New York City, where the suit alleges he “initiated unwanted sexual contact” such as “non-consensual oral and vaginal intercourse” in a hotel room. The suit also alleges that Kelly did not tell Rodgers he was infected with herpes and she contracted the disease (failure to disclose a sexually transmitted disease is a criminal act).

Rodgers claims that she continued her relationship with Keller for roughly a year, during which he “routinely engaged in intimidation, mental, verbal and sexual abuse, during and after sexual contact.” Rodgers contends that it was “behavior designed to humiliate, embarrass, intimate and shame her,” and that Kelly regularly recorded her without her consent during sex. She added that he often kept her locked in secluded areas as a form of punishment and control.

“Unfortunately, the facts and background of this case are not unique,” the lawsuit says. “This is a run-of-the-mill R. Kelly sexual abuse case.”

Rodgers filed an anonymous police report against Kelly in Dallas last month, but her identity wasn’t revealed until she filed the lawsuit on Monday. Rodgers’ lawyer, S. Lee Merrit, told the New York Times that legal action was taken Texas and New York because incidents occurred in both states.

Representatives for R. Kelly and his label RCA Records did not respond to requests for comment.

Monday’s lawsuit highlights the latest accusations against R. Kelly, who has been accused of sexually abusing and coercing women in what amounts to a “sex cult.” In recent weeks, numerous members of the singer’s inner circle have cut ties with him, and Spotify and Apple Music have limited access to his music.

[H/T – Billboard]