Published: Fri, January 11, 2019
Life&Culture | By Mildred Hamilton

Alleged R. Kelly Victims to Present Evidence for Prosecution for Sexual Abuse

Alleged R. Kelly Victims to Present Evidence for Prosecution for Sexual Abuse

R. Kelly is now being investigated in Georgia for his actions in the past of having sex with teenage girls, videotaping them, and assaulting them on Lifetime's recent Surviving R. Kelly documentary series which lasted over three days.

Speaking of Joycelyn Savage, reportedly R. Kelly's current manager, Don Russell, has been harassing her family as well.

As it stands, Kelly has yet to speak to the allegations since the documentary has aired. Despite years of petitions and calls for Kelly's longtime label home, RCA Records, to part ways with the singer, he remained on the company's roster at press time.

TMZ reports police responded to V75 Nightclub on a call about a warrant for the singer's arrest. "I'm happy where I'm at and everything is OK with me", she said.

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"I believe a hundred percent that me and my family are in danger", Timothy Savage said after he reported the alleged threats to police.

Greenberg also said it was inappropriate for a state's attorney to characterize allegations she'd seen on TV, prior to charges or even an investigation. Foxx stated that her office has already been in contact with the families of two alleged victims - both of whom are over the age of 18 - but empasized that cooperation from other victims or witnesses is essential in order for her office to properly investigate the claims. Foxx, a sexual assault survivor herself, said that she was left "sickened" after watching the series.

During a news conference on Tuesday, Illinois' Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx called for victims of the singer to come forward.

Hours after the women contacted prosecutors, more than 30 people turned out for a demonstration across the street from Kelly's warehouse/studio space.

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Protesters urged legal action against Kelly, and a boycott of Kelly's music, after women claimed they were sexually abused and mistreated by Kelly in the Lifetime documentary, Surviving R Kelly.

R. Kelly is stepping out following allegations of sexual abuse by multiple women.

In some cases, the women say they were underage. Prosecutors had argued a videotape showed him engaged in graphic sex acts with a girl as young as 13.

A Cook County jury acquitted Kelly of all 14 counts of child pornography in 2008. She has not, however, been in touch with Kelly. At trial, witnesses testified that Kelly was in a sexual relationship with the then 15-year-old girl in the video as early as 1998.

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