GRIME artist MistaKay who has featured on Coronation Street and Radio 1 has been charged with child sex offences.
The singer, real name Kieran Cunliffe, 25, has appeared in court accused of a string of alleged attacks on a girl under 13.
He appeared before Doncaster Magistrates Court on Monday.
Cunliffe, of Doncaster, South Yorks, faces multiple charges and was remanded into custody ahead of his next appearance.
He is accused of five counts of assaulting his alleged victim by touching and assaulting her by penetration with a body part.
Cunliffe faces two further counts of taking an indecent photograph of a child and two counts of distributing an indecent photograph of a child.
The charges relate to one victim who cannot be named for legal reasons.
His music has been played on BBC Radio One and 1Xtra.
He even boasted about one of his tracks being played during a recent episode of Coronation Street.
Cunliffe also claims to have had involvement in campaigns for Adidas, Oasis Drinks, Lipton Ice Tea, Red Bull and Derby County FC.
His most recent single, released in September this year, was titled Where I Came From.
The lyrics include: "There's more than one way to skin a cat, I used to live in a flat, I've seen people shot and smacked…"
Other songs include Don't Chat Nonsense and True Colours.
Cunliffe is due to appear at Sheffield Crown Court on November 9.
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