Attorney Gloria Allred held a New York City press conference on Sunday to reveal the existence of a third R. Kelly sex tape, purporting to show the singer engaged in sexual activity with underage girls.

Associated Press reports that Allred, who represents several women who have accused the 52-year-singer of sexual abuse, has turned over the tape to local law enforcement on behalf of client Gary Dennis.

Dennis, who appeared alongside Allred at the press conference, said he doesn’t know Kelly and doesn’t know where the tape came from, stating that he happened to come across the recording while cleaning out a collection of videotapes he had owned for years.

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According to Dennis, the tape features a man who appears to be Kelly engaged in sexual acts with a number of young women that he perceived to be under the age of 18.

A CBC News report adds that Allred wouldn’t say whether she had viewed the alleged tape, and noted that it was unclear whether the alleged victims knew they were being filmed.

Meanwhile, Allred had another bombshell to drop: this may not be the last R. Kelly sex tape to surface.

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“I have been contacted by others with knowledge of other tapes,” she said, but added than any further information is confidential.

Lawyer Michael Avenatti, who represented Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Donald Trump, has said that he previously gave prosecutors two videos that allegedly show Kelly having sex with underage girls.

Kelly faces 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse in connection to four women, including three who were minors at the time of the alleged abuse. Kelly has denied all charges and entered a plea of not guilty.