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Destiny Child Star Farrah Franklin Claims Mathew Knowles Sexually Harassed Her



Farrah Franklin Implies Beyonce's Father Tried To Sleep With Her 

Farrah Franklin Implies Beyonce’s Father Tried To Sleep With Her

Ex Destiny Child’s member Farah Franklin just dropped a bombshell. The pretty singer implied in a new video that the group’s manager Beyonce’s father Mathew Knowles tried to sleep with her.

According to Farrah Franklin, the alleged sexual assault was why she left the famous group. Her shocking revelation has since gone viral, garnering mixed reactions from fans online.

Farrah Franklin is filming a new reality show and she made the explosive allegation that Mathew tried to lure her when she was just a teenager into his hotel room.

Farrah Franklin Implies Beyonce's Father Tried To Sleep With Her 

In 1999, When Farah was just 18 years old she was hired to be an extra in the music video for Destiny’s Child’s “Bills, Bills, Bills”. It was there that she met with group members Beyonce Knowles, Kelly Rowland, LeToya Luckett, and LaTavia Roberson.

A year later, Mathew Knowles invited Franklin and Michelle Williams to join Destiny’s Child, replacing previous group members LaTavia Roberson and LeToya Luckett without notice. During her brief time with the group, Farah had a public falling out with Beyonce and her father and eventually was kicked out of the group.

While we can’t tell the authenticity of Farrah’s claims, Mathew Knowles hasn’t been a faithful husband too. He cheated on his then-wife Tina with actress Alexsandra Wright and even got her pregnant, but it appears the Canadian star wasn’t the only girl he had an affair with.

Farrah Franklin, who used to be a part of Destiny’s Child, revealed in a surfaced clip that the father of Beyonce Knowles once tried to sleep with her.

Listen to her below :

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