When asked about Greenberg's comments, Barnes told WGN: "Well the fact that Mr. Greenberg is R. Kelly's third attorney in about 15 months speaks a lot to how much I believe the credibility of his testimony".
Kelly, who turned 52 on Tuesday, then yells, "Y'all motherf**kers don't know".
Following the finale of Surviving R. Kelly on January 5, it has been reported that the Fulton County District Attorney has begun interviews in the latest probe into the ongoing allegations against Kelly, including one of his alleged sex cult hostages, 23-year-old Jocelyn Savage.More news: SpaceX’s Crew Dragon capsule perched on pad ahead of first orbital flight
The fallout from Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly continues to play out.
Russell called Savage while the officer was there and Savage put the phone on speaker so the officer could listen, the police report says. We're told the Chief Investigator has been in contact with the family of Joycelyn Savage, who has not spoken with her family in years. "We do not tolerate bullying or sharing someone's private contact information and take action on content that violates our policies as soon as we're aware".
While police in his hometown of Chicago hasn't jumped to investigating the singer yet, they did pay a visit to his recording studio where he allegedly holds his sex slaves captive.More news: Semi-truck driver in deadly Humboldt Broncos crash pleads guilty
Foxx said that as a survivor of sexual assault herself, she was "sickened by the allegations". I was sickened as a mother. "Her family is encouraged by the investigation, but they will be happy once they get to see their daughter", Griggs said. While Foxx said that her office has not been in contact with Fulton County, they are willing to share any "relevant information" between their offices.
Future's statement rubbed a lot of people the wrong way as they pointed out that not giving it attention means that the accusations will die down and sexual predators will thrive and keep going free.
The Associated Press reported that in 2008, a Cook County jury acquitted Kelly on 14 counts of child pornography after he was accused of engaging in sex acts with a girl as young as 13.More news: Oakland A's Expect Kyler Murray To Enter NFL Draft
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.
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