She says they dated for about a year during which she endured mental, verbal and sexual abused by the singer. She also said that that was not the first nor last time that she found herself coerced by the singer-songwriter into having sex.
In the interview, which is one of several with R Kelly's alleged victims as part of a new BBC Three documentary, Faith claims that the singer forced her to perform oral sex and endure humiliating sexual encounters.
Rodgers also claims that she was contacted by a relative of a different woman who had relations with R. Kelly, and told her that she should get tested for herpes.
Faith Rodgers said she first met Kelly, 51, at a concert in San Antonio, Texas, a year ago when she was 19, in an interview with "CBS This Morning" on Tuesday. They exchanged phone numbers, and Kelly later had her flown out to NY.
Following a few months of phone contact, he arranged for her to fly to NY, where he "initiated unwanted sexual contact" in a hotel room.
Rodgers says the sexual contact was unwanted and abusive because he called her boring in bed.More news: Pope Francis to Chilean Gay Man: 'God Made you This Way'
"The first time... I was left in the vehicle for a total of eight hours that night..." Then he goes on to tell me, 'You know what? She also claims she caught herpes from the singer. She was 19 at the time and claims he "furnished alcoholic beverages" before getting her phone number. Time's Up has neglected to speak with any of the women who welcome R. Kelly's support, and it has rushed to judgment without the facts. He has crafted pop anthems and love songs but he is defined by sexually explicit songs such as "Feelin' on Yo Booty", "Your Body's Calling Me", "Sex Me" and even more explicit fare.
"I didn't really say anything. She believes Kelly "pursues teenage/underage" girls and "lures" them into engaging in sex acts", CBS This Morning writes. I don't talk about nothing to nobody on the phone. She added that he often kept her locked in secluded areas as a form of punishment and control.
"I don't know about no situation..."
Earlier this month, three other women, Lizette Martinez, Tracy Sampson and Patrice Jones, made similar allegations against Kelly. You know, I chose to walk away.
A representative for Kelly declined to comment when reached by ABC News.