The Blast has reported that R. Kelly’s private medical records and Uber statements could be used by prosectors in his criminal case. New York prosecutors have informed the judge of the evidence they have obtained, which also includes a ton of flight records dating back nearly ten years. The records are related to the singer’s travels and his alleged victims.

According to Page Six, in addition to the flight records, prosecutors also have birth certificates and hotel receipts — one of which is for a stay at the Walt Disney World Dolphin Hotel back in 2015. Court records show that Kelly and several others stayed at the family-friendly Buena Vista resort for four days. They also stayed at the Connecticut’s Foxwoods Resort Casino and the Planet Hollywood hotel in Los Vegas. It is unclear from the documents if any of those individuals were the young women or underage girls that he has been accused of abusing or trafficking across state lines. 

The documents also show that the prosecutors have flight and hotel records for a Jane Doe 4, who was an aspiring singer. There are also conversations between the underage girl and her friends on social media.

Prosecutors also have their hands on Kelly’s business financial records for his Kelly Publishing, RSK Enterprises and his various entertainment companies. They have collected credit card statements for Kelly’s associates, as well as the singer’s medical records, Walgreens records and “Quality Urgent Care” records.

Meanwhile, according to Bossip, the U.S. Attorney’s Office has revealed that Kelly’s drugstore and urgent care receipts, which supports allegations that the singer exposed his alleged victims to an STD. In a letter to Kelly’s lawyers from August 15th, Assistant U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Geddess said the medical records her office obtained adds weight to the claim that Kelly knowingly infected at least one woman with the herpes virus.

Kelly’s lawyers have denied that the singer gave the alleged victim herpes and insists that the government has no evidence to prove that he did.