The contention that R. Kelly never knowingly had sex with a minor will rely on Kelly’s own believability.
R. Kelly investigation
R. Kelly can find concert venues abroad even as U.S. venues canceled bookings after the “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary aired, his lawyer said.
Tarana Burke, the #MeToo founder, says black girls are especially susceptible to being blamed because society “hypersexualizes” them.
Individual Cook County judges have authority to set rules for the coverage in their courtroom, if media outlets request access.
R. Kelly was sent back to jail last week for failing to pay more than $160,000 in child support.
Alice Clary and Angelo Clary say their daughter Azriel is trapped by the singer.
A person who asked to remain anonymous turned in a check Saturday morning to the Cook County clerk’s office covering the full $161,663 owed by Kelly.
The comments from Timothy Savage came in an interview with Gayle King of “CBS This Morning,” recorded just days after Kelly was taken back to jail.
Kelly told Gayle King of “CBS This Morning” that his ex-wife has dragged his name through the mud to the point that he couldn’t work.
Michael Avenatti and Chicago attorney Steve Greenberg have blasted each other as the R. Kelly case unfolded.
The singer’s attorney, Steve Greenberg, told Sneed Thursday that Kelly is in need of cash and better media relations.
Valencia Love described herself in court records as a friend of the singer.
The singer and songwriter says Lifetime’s “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary “inspired the law enforcement to move on some things.”
From his birth in Chicago to a Grammy-winning career to criminal charges of sexual abuse, here are some key points in R. Kelly’s life.
“He’s been doing that for a very long time,” said Lizzette Martinez. “What would be our motive to lie?”