Police reportedly called after R. Kelly spotted at Chicago night club

Police reportedly called after R. Kelly spotted at Chicago night club

Police reportedly called after R. Kelly spotted at Chicago night club

"The recent allegations against entertainer R. Kelly in the recent Lifetime documentary series are deeply, deeply disturbing", she said. I had never seen that amount of money in my life.

"He just told me to take off my clothes and we would proceed from there", she said. Previously, he was protected by the same systems and power structures that let Harvey Weinstein get away with serial sexual assault for decades. "I didn't think it applied to me, only for adults".

Timothy Savage told a police officer on 3 January that Don Russell, whom he identified as Kelly's manager, had texted him saying it would be best for him and his family if the documentary didn't air, according to a Henry County police report.

Williams also said Kelly always wanted her to talk like a baby.

Critics suggested that Kelly's alleged abuse continued and was largely ignored because the victims were black women.

Glenda Bridges, 55, of Austin, said she came to the protest with her daughter.

"I intend to remove this song off of iTunes and other streaming platforms and will not be working with him again", she went on to write. "And I didn't really wanna know what he did to the extent that I might feel the need ... to deal with it".

"There is nothing that can be done to investigate these allegations without the cooperation of both victims and witnesses", Foxx told the cameras.

The calls came a day after state's attorney Kim Foxx made a plea to any alleged victim of the singer to come forward. "Allegations of domestic violence or sexual assault require someone to say what they've seen, heard or experienced".

Steve Greenberg, Kelly's attorney, said in an emailed statement: "Mr. Kelly did not sexually abuse anybody, at anytime, not when he was in high school and not after".

"Watching the documentary, one thing that came up to me is that R. Kelly felt safe and welcomed in Chicago", Anthony Clark, an organizer of the Saturday protest, said in a telephone interview this week. "She essentially went up there and said, 'We have no evidence of a crime, but if someone would like to make something up, please call us'". There are no photos of him with these women. But there is no arrest warrant for Kelly and no criminal investigation into him by Chicago authorities, police said. The parents are claiming R. Kelly has brainwashed them.

Horrified and disturbed by the findings, Foxx wants to aid victims who seek justice against Kelly and his team of enablers who kept Kelly unscathed by the fire which has yet to engulf him.

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