R. Kelly's new alleged victims have been working with prosecutors, reportedly turning over a mountain of new evidence to help to convict the disgraced singer.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, two women recently stepped forward and provided a plethora of text conversations they had with Kelly along with hotel records.

According to the publication, one of the alleged victims claims to have been under 18 when she met Kelly in 2015. Both victims accuse Kelly of knowingly exposing them to Herpes during unprotected sex.

The documents also revealed that Special agents with the New York Field Office of Homeland Security executed a search warrant at a storage unit in Elk Grover, Illinois — but did not specify what the search uncovered.

Earlier this month, Kelly's lead defense attorney has slammed the state of New York's laws around sexually transmitted diseases, calling them "unconstitutional."

In a seven-page motion filed in the Eastern District of New York, Steve Greenberg, said that two state laws — New York Public Health Law section 2307 and New York Penal Law section 120.20 — are unconstitutional.

Kelly's lead defense attorney has slammed the state of New York's laws around sexually transmitted diseases, calling them "unconstitutional."

In a seven-page motion filed Monday in the Eastern District of New York, Steve Greenberg, said that two state laws — New York Public Health Law section 2307 and New York Penal Law section 120.20 — are unconstitutional.

Several of the star's alleged victims have claimed that Kelly knowingly gave then Herpes.