Robert Sylvester Kelly is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer who has been convicted on racketeering and sex offender charges.

Born: 8 January 1967 (age 55 years), Chicago, Illinois, United States  Height: 1.85 m  Full name: Robert Sylvester Kelly  Parents: Joanne Kelly  Children: Jaah Kelly, Robert Kelly Jr., Joann Kelly  Spouse: Andrea Lee (m. 1996–2009), Aaliyah (m. 1994–1995)

Song: I Believe I Can Fly - Radio Edit I Believe I Can Fly · 1996

The World's Greatest Ali · 2001

Legs Shakin' Black Panties · 2013

Bump n' Grind 12 Play · 1993

Recordings of sex act

Jane testified that she was 14 years old when Kelly's sexualized comments became actions. She said Kelly began touching her breasts and vaginal area while touching himself one night when they were at his recording studio. The touching, she testified, quickly turned into oral sex and other sex acts, and she lost her virginity to him when she was 15.

Jane spoke softly as Appenteng asked her to describe one act shown in a video.    "On what part of your body did he urinate?" Appenteng asked.   "My vagina," Jane said, quietly.

Bonjean and an attorney for McDavid have repeatedly objected to prosecutors admitting the recordings as evidence. They contested the authenticity of the videos and the chain of custody the videos have been transferred through in the 20 years since they surfaced. Retired Chicago Police Detective Daniel Everett, who investigated one of the tapes in 2002, testified Thursday he did not know where the original VHS tape featuring multiple recordings is.

"I do not know where it is today," Everett testified.   Jane testified that after recordings were made, they were sometimes kept in a gym bag or a wood-paneled room in Kelly's former home that she called the "log cabin" area. She sometimes saw Brown carrying the bag filled with recordings, she testified.

Prosecutors did not play the recordings in court Thursday but warned jurors during opening statements that they will play during the trial portions of the videos that are "difficult to watch."