R. Kelly's attorney denies abuse allegations in documentary

Danny Woods
January 13, 2019

In April 2018, a woman told authorities that R. Kelly intentionally gave her a sexually transmitted disease, according to Dallas News.

R. Kelly will not be charged for an alleged crime that took place in Dallas.

Following the widespread viewership of Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly docuseries and pending investigations into multiple criminal allegations, the R&B singer R. Kelly is reportedly having panic attacks, with doctors visiting him at home and one instance serious enough to send him to a hospital.

Greenberg has said that the documentary proved nothing.

"Surviving R. Kelly", the product of more than 50 interviews, aired over a span of five days earlier this month and pulled in an average of 2 million viewers per installment.

A tip that Kelly was holding two women against their will prompted Chicago police to visit his residence on Friday in Chicago's Trump Tower.

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Responding to Facebook commenters challenging the decision, Watts wrote that the station "passes NO judgment on anyone".

"I haven't heard from a prosecutor's office". The property owner's attorney said the city won't find anything.

Greenberg also questioned why some of the women didn't come forward after a 27-minute video surfaced in 2002 that showed a man purported to be Kelly engaged in sex acts involving an underage girl.

As you may know, R. Kelly allegedly was married to a 15-year-old Aaliyah when he was 27-years-old, and Kelly also had a child pornography charge for which he was inevitably exonerated.

At the same time, Greenberg said he didn't think Kelly's career would be hurt by the allegations.

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