Is R. Kelly a sex monster? After incriminating television documentary, certain American justice
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Following the release of a documentary film on American television, which strongly violates singer R. Kelly, the courts have seized. Prosecutors in several US states are investigating allegations of pedophilia and sexual abuse of the singer.
The District of the Cook District District Attorney General in Illinois called witnesses on a press conference Tuesday to speak up. "Get in touch," said prosecutor Kim Foxx. "We cannot identify without the cooperation of victims and witnesses."
In the six-hour documentary "Surviving R. Kelly", which was broadcast last week at Sender Lifetime, several women accuse the singer of having sex with young girls under the age of 16 when he was of legal age.
Other witnesses assure that the singer, whose real name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, interacted with women he became a sex slave and who today is not in contact with his relatives. R. Kelly has not commented on the public on the documentation.
Foxx described the allegations on Tuesday as "very, very disturbing". She was in contact with the families of two young women currently under the influence of R. Kelly.
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In the state of Georgia, local media reported that the Fulton District Procuratorate has launched a survey of the singer. A speaker would not comment on request.
The first public charges against R. Kelly came almost 20 years ago. In 2002, the singer and producer were accused of filming, saying that he had seen sex with a 14-year-old. In 2008, he was acquitted. (Aeg / SDA / Afp)
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