R. Kelly faces claims of holding women against their will at his homes in Atlanta and Chicago, which he denies.
Now, one woman says she was under his spell. After meeting him, Kitti Jones quit her job and moved to a compound owned by Kelly.
"He could make you feel like you're wearing red and you're wearing blue," she said. "We had to ask to go to the bathroom, ask if we could order food." Jones says she wasn't held against her will, but after nine months, she says she got up the nerve to leave.