R. Kelly's Alleged Sex Cult Den Visited By Cops Following "Surviving" Docuseries

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Jocelyn Savage's dad begs for her to reach out after R Kelly documentary.

However, in an interview with WGN on Wednesday, attorney Steve Greenberg said no one in Chicago has come forward with accusations because Kelly did nothing illegal.

Griggs told FOX 5 News that in the past few days, very senior members of the D.A.'s office have contacted Griggs regarding witness information in the case.

CNN.com reports, "The incident, which allegedly took place in May 2018, was reported by Timothy Savage to Henry County police".

Foxx's plea comes after reports that authorities in Fulton County, Georgia launched a criminal investigation into Kelly, who is alleged to have previously abused and otherwise mistreated women in an Atlanta-area home. I was sickened as a mother. Here's what the young female had to say about her former "teacher" and his series. The family hopes that a charge will be levied against Kelly to keep him from leaving the United States with some of his alleged "sex cult" victims.

An attorney for Kelly did not immediately respond to TIME's request for comment.

R. Kelly Under Investigation in Georgia Following New Documentary's Abuse Allegations
Timothy previously filed a police report against fellow Kelly manager James Mason , who also allegedly threatened him. The father told WTSP that another daughter visited Azriel at Kelly's and allegedly noticed bruises on her body.

Foxx said she has been "in contact with" people who have information related to claims in Cook County. 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. In 2002, he was arrested after a video surfaced appearing to show him having sex with and urinating on a 14-year-old girl. Rather, he was acquitted on child pornography charges in 2008.

Lady Gaga shared a note on Twitter last night apologising for collaborating with R. Kelly on 2013's "Do What U Want", promising to remove the song from streaming services.

"Who makes their assessment of the evidence based on reality TV?" he said.

Kelly has two weeks to pay up the $80,000 he owes for the property on the west side of Chicago. Despite his legal troubles a decade ago, he still retains a following.

Kelly won a Grammy in 1997 for "I Believe I Can Fly", and is known for such raunchy hits as "Bump N' Grind" and "Ignition".

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