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R. Kelly has received some favorable news regarding his ongoing legal matters. Illinois prosecutors have dropped sexual assault charges against him.

R. Kelly is serving time, but the world will find out more about his creepy ways in the final installment of 'Surviving R. Kelly.'

The R. Kelly story just got even more bizarre. Joycelyn Savage has allegedly given birth to her first child with the disgraced singer. 

It looks like the former manager and friend of the Pied Predator of R&B will be joining his disgraced associate in spending time behind bars.

The R. Kelly story continues to get peculiar. His legal team says a big chunk of his master recordings were stolen.

Imprisoned R&B singer R. Kelly released a surprise album on Friday, Dec. 9 titled I Admit It and Twitter is reacting.


On Tuesday, R. Kelly filed two motions through his lawyer with a judge in Chicago to have either his federal conviction for child pornography and sexual abuse overturned or grant a new trial. Jennifer Bonjean, Kelly's lead attorney wrote in the motion that the prosecution used "perjured testimony" from a clinical psychologist in the case in addition to claiming the government didn't prove fully that the singer abused the minors in question.


The L’s just keep piling up for R. Kelly (deservingly so) as a court has just ordered he pay up big time to one of his many victims.


R. Kelly’s legal losses continue to pile up in 2022 as the R&B pariah once again was found guilty of some of his many alleged crimes related to his sexual perversion.

R. Kelly is handed another loss in court as the federal judge who convicted him in June has approved the seizure of close to $28,000 that was in his prison account. In a nine-page letter, Judge Ann Donnelly cited the fact that the singer has not paid any of the fines that he was ordered to pay in his June sentencing for racketeering and sex trafficking.

Lawyers for Jim DeRogatis filed the motion on Tuesday, citing that the writer could be subject to “harassment or intimidation." The writer had previously been called to testify in the disgraced singer's 2008 trial, where he invoked protections from an Illinois law that shielded reporters from divulging information.

A 37-year-old woman testified that she and disgraced singer R.Kelly had sex "uncountable times" before she turned 18 in his federal trial in Chicago, Illinois on Thursday. The woman referred to as "Jane", also spoke about how he groomed her after meeting her when she was 13 years old.