Published: Sun, January 13, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Kelly’s lawyer issues denial of sexual misconduct allegations

Kelly’s lawyer issues denial of sexual misconduct allegations

Kelly, 52, the Chicago singer and record producer best known for his hit song I Believe I Can Fly, has for years denied accusations of abuse, including those made in the new documentary.

(The women said they were there willingly and police then left without incident.) Kelly will also be forced to submit on January 16 to an inspection of a warehouse he rents, and which city attorneys contend is being illegally used as a recording studio and living space.

On Thursday, the singer's estranged daughter, Joann Kelly, who is also known as Buku Abi, shared a long post on her Instagram story rebuking her father and calling him a monster.

Steve Greenberg said in an interview with The Associated Press that "the allegations aren't true because he never knowingly had sex with an underage woman, he never forced anyone to do anything, he never held anyone captive, he never abused anyone". It alleged that the singer was holding women against their will and running a "sex cult". Lifetime did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Ms Foxx's office said in a brief statement Friday that people have contacted prosecutors and that authorities are "following up on these calls".

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Sources who claim to be still connected to Kelly told TMZ that his panic attacks began occurring in the days before the six-part docuseries ran and have continued afterward, with one attack so bad that it prompted him to be treated at a hospital.

Even as he denied the allegations, Mr Greenberg said he did not know details about them.

"There's women saying things, which is of course their prerogative, but there is no evidence that any of it happened", Greenberg said of the documentary.

R. Kelly's recently revived legal troubles, which stem from decades of sexual misconduct allegations, are now impacting his ability to work.

Greenberg noted the timing of documentary, after sexual misconduct allegations that have derailed the careers of several famous men.

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