The internet is still reeling from the latest B2K scandal that just broke over the holidays. B2K member Raz-B aka Razz-B accused his former manager, Chris Stokes of child molestation.
Click here for the full story. Well it seems that things have only just begun, because there are more rumors that another accuser is about to come forward. Allhiphop.com reports the new accuser may be Quindon who sang 'It's You That's On My Mind' with the 90's R&B boy band Immature. The group Immature formerly known as IMX, was the brainchild of Chris Stokes.The members included Marques "Batman" Houston ,Jerome "Romeo" Jones and Kelton "LDB" Kessee.
Here's an excerpt from Allhiphop.com:
ANOTHER CHRIS STOKES ACCUSER TO STEP UP?
There have been a lot of talk about Chris Stokes and the B2K molestation allegations. Well, there are rumors that former Immature member Quindon is about to step up to the mic and let it be known… I don’t know for sure, but the rumor is he has already revealed what happened in church and “testified.” I heard he even said that Chris Stokes used to make them play sex games. Quindon has very little to gain but revealing these things in a holy sanctuary before these allegations even bubbled to the top. Stokes has denied the charges levied against him, but the court of public opinion is worse that the legal court. Ask O.J. about that one. Anyway, the person that told me this went to high school with Quindon and said that he saw Stokes as a father figure.
Quindon - It's You Thats On My Mind.
The latest update from MTV News is that Chris Stokes is vehemently denying the charges.
"All the allegations they made are false," said Stokes, who currently manages Houston and Omarion through his firm, the Ultimate Group Entertainment. "I'm not gay. And I'm married. And I have four kids. I been with my wife for 16 years. And I'm not a child molester. So those are all false allegations. I'm gonna sue them. And I owe that to my wife and kids, period. It's ridiculous."
Meanwhile, Kevin Sullivan, Raz-B's business partner and the COO of their company, Raz Beatz Entertainment, said Wednesday that the singer is not ready to elaborate on his video allegations at this point, but that he is conferring with lawyers and preparing a statement that will possibly help explain his claims.
"With something of this magnitude, you always look at what the best time is [to talk about it,] and he felt compelled ... that this has built up," Sullivan said. "[He was saying,] 'I'm tired, this is my story.' It's something that's spiritual, and God says now is the time."
Former B2K member Omarion also issued a statement on Wednesday defending his manager Chris Stokes.
He refers to Chris Stokes as a 'father figure' and states that he never engaged in any inappropriate behavior with any minors. Here is Omarion's official statement on the accusations.
"I want to be on the record as saying that 'Raz-B' Thornton and Ricardo Thornton are lying regarding Chris Stokes," Omarion said. "Chris is a father figure to myself and many others in the industry. He's guided us, helped raised us and is nothing more than an inspiration and someone I respect and look up to. I have spent countless hours, days, weeks and months with the man — since the age of 5 — and have never once seen him behave inappropriately. He's married to my aunt, and I know this man very well. I stand behind him with no question whatsoever. I have grown up around Chris, and this is crazy to me. These people have damaged me and my reputation. I won't stand silent and will do all within my means to speak the truth about this matter." [SOURCE:MTV NEWS]