"We never took our daughter to be sold to R. Kelly", Timothy stated. Two radio stations in Dallas have already implemented a ban on the singer's music and dozens of his former collaborators and peers in the music industry have condemned him and the people around him for enabling his behavior. There's even a meet and greet package that's going for $335.
As Complex point out, when "Do What U Want" was first released, it was criticised for being so sexually explicit, given the allegations around Kelly.
"We can not seek justice without you", she concluded. "I'm happy where I'm at and everything is OK with me", she said.
The Lifetime series reported that their daughter has repeatedly denied that Kelly has done anything wrong and has said she doesn't want to talk to her family.
"It is our job here at the Cook County State's Attorney's office to investigate claims in the interest of justice and public safety".
Gerald Griggs, an Atlanta-based attorney who represents Savage and his wife, said he has been contacted by both the Fulton County district attorney's office in Atlanta and prosecutors in Chicago.
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Kelly did more than just step in the name of love at his birthday celebration party in Chicago.
Man, who is that? "No one has found any sex slaves or underage girls because there aren't any". Both Kelly and the girl denied that the video depicted them, and no assault charges were ever brought against Kelly as a result of the tape.
Despite the accusations that span decades, the star singer, songwriter and producer who rose from poverty on Chicago's South Side has retained a sizable following. "I worked in this office for a number of years, including in 2008, and so the allegations were not new to me, but I think listening to survivors, and giving a platform to survivors to be able to tell their stories, was heartbreaking".
Kelly's Chicago attorney, Steve Greenberg, said in a phone interview on Tuesday evening that the allegations in the Lifetime documentary were false.
Winning a conviction under current sex-trafficking laws will be a challenge because Kelly's defense will argue that the women entered into his home willingly and Kelly did not benefit financially from their exploitation, Mehlman-Orozco said.