R. Kelly May Face Investigation Following Lifetime Series

R. Kelly May Face Investigation Following Lifetime Series

R. Kelly May Face Investigation Following Lifetime Series

"The recent allegations against entertainer R. Kelly in the recent Lifetime documentary series are deeply, deeply disturbing", she said.

Kelly did more than just step in the name of love at his birthday celebration party in Chicago.

Nearly a year later, Kelly was arrested in Florida after authorities found digital images of the singer involved in sex acts with an underage girl, but those charges were dropped over a dispute on the search warrant.

R. Kelly is now under investigation in Fulton County, GA and Chicago police need witnesses and victims before they can move forward with any legal action.

Police confirmed they responded to V75 Lounge, at 75th and Perry, and made contact with Kelly, but did not say why they went to the club.

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. Mr. Henry James Mason, investigators said in a police report, threatened to harm and kill members of the Savage family in retaliation for attempting to contact daughter Joycelyn Savage.

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

But Foxx also said there's no active investigation of Kelly and launching one would require victims and witnesses.

The Cook County, Illinois, State's Attorney Kim Foxx is seeking to talk to any victims of sexual assault or domestic violence similar to the accounts several women revealed in "Surviving R. Kelly".

Both Kelly and Jocelyn deny she is being held against her will.

Two years later, someone mailed a copy of the now-infamous sex tape to former Sun-Times reporter and music critic Jim DeRogatis. In 2002, he was arrested after a video surfaced appearing to show him having sex with and urinating on a 14-year-old girl.

The docu-series, which aired on Lifetime last week, features 50 interviews, including accuser Jerhonda Pace; the parents of one of Kelly's alleged victims; Kelly's ex-wife, Andrea Kelly; ex-girlfriend Kitti Jones and brothers Carey and Bruce Kelly. Kelly was hit with 21 counts of child pornography and was found not guilty in 2008.

The 32-year-old Artpop singer spoke out in a message on social media on Wednesday night (January 9).

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