Published: Mon, January 14, 2019
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

R. Kelly's Attorney Speaks Out Over Docuseries Allegations

R. Kelly's Attorney Speaks Out Over Docuseries Allegations

On Friday, R Kelly received another visit from police - this time at Trump Tower Chicago, where the R&B singer has been hiding out, according to TMZ.

R. Kelly risks being evicted from his Chicago music studio, which is said to be the place he held girls in a sex cult.

The singer has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct involving women and underage girls.

Radio play for R. Kelly songs has plummeted since last week's airing of the Lifetime TV documentary series Surviving R. Kelly, but streaming of his music soared.

He explained, "It's a harrowing document, non-disclosure agreement on both her part and Kelly's, vowing not to pursue further legal claims for physical abuse".

When asked if Kelly denies having a sexual relationship with someone under the age of consent, Greenberg replied, "Yes, he absolutely does".

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.

Reuters was unable independently to verify the accusations in the documentary and could not immediately reach prosecutors for comment.

R. Kelly who missed two balloon payments and failed to pay his monthly rent, reportedly owes Midwest Commercial Funding over $80,000 in arrears, Blast reports.

At the same time, Greenberg said he didn't think Kelly's career would be hurt by the allegations. Kelly's estranged daughter, Joann Kelly, whose stage name is Buku Abi, called him a "monster" in a post on Instagram on Thursday, though she did not make any allegations.

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