Raz B Retracts 'Untrue' Comments About Former Manager
The 22-year-old Bump, Bump, Bump star went on to suggest his old bandmates, Omarion, Lil' Fizz and J-Boog, had also been victims of Stokes' reported pedophilia.
In video footage posted on file-sharing website YouTube.com, Raz B says, "It all started with Chris Stokes. Chris was like - let me touch you... I can't speak for everybody, but if you want my personal opinion, I think he did (touch all group members)."
He goes on to accuse singer/actor Marques Houston - one of Stokes' longtime clients - for also taking part in the molestation. But Stokes immediately issued a statement denying the claims, and threatened legal action for the "vehemently false" accusations which "hold no merit".
And now, in another YouTube video posted on Wednesday, Raz B has taken back his comments, insisting the footage was released without his permission. He says, "I would like to send a public apology for some tapes that were leaked without my authority. I just wanna say that those allegations are not true with Chris Stokes and Marques Houston. I apologize for any hurt that this has caused publicly, financially..."
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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