R Kelly's daughter calls him 'monster' after abuse exposé

Brenda Watkins
January 21, 2019

Kelly, one of the top-selling recording artists of all time, has been hounded for years by allegations of sexual misconduct involving women and underage girls _ accusations he and his attorneys have long denied.

She urged anyone who may be a victim to come forward and call the Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Division at 773-674-6492. She said that so far, families of two alleged victims have come forward.

Chicago police interrupted American singer R. Kelly's birthday party on Tuesday when police received a false call about a warrant out for singer's arrest.

After watching the series, an IL prosecutor issued a plea for potential victims and witnesses to come forward, while Georgia prosecutors have reportedly reached out to a lawyer representing a couple who appear in Surviving R. Kelly.

R. Kelly has moved to categorically deny accusations of sexual misconduct that have surfaced in the wake of a new documentary.

The aspiring model said she was given Kelly's business card by his manager at a downtown Chicago restaurant in 1998.

R. Kelly seems to be unbothered by the national outrage the documentary ignited against him. I was sickened as a survivor.

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Authorities in Chicago say that Kelly is not now under investigation for sexual misconduct but the state's attorney has made a plea to victims.

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

Lifetime representatives did not respond to requests for comment on Greenberg's remarks.

Currently, two women who were subjects in the documentary, Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, are said to still be living with R. Kelly.

The recent Lifetime documentary series details the years leading up to and following the six-year legal saga that culminated with Kelly being acquitted of child pornography charges by a Cook County jury in 2008.

People who saw R. Kelly at the club Wednesday night shared videos of him on social media partially singing one of his hit songs, "Bump N' Grind". "He needs to know that he's not welcomed, he needs to seek help, he needs to be brought to justice and we need to empower and stand up for young black women and girls".

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