Prosecutors allege that R. Kelly sexually abused a teenage boy he met at McDonald’s and bribed authorities for information on his proceedings.


R. Kelly will appear in court in Chicago in 2019.

R. Kelly will appear in court in Chicago in 2019. Antonio Perez / Associated Press

  • The New York prosecutor is R. I have filed a 55-page motion seeking permission to grant new evidence in Kelly’s trial.

  • Filing alleges that Kelly bribed officials and sexually abused a minor boy.

  • The disgraceful R & B singer will be tried on August 9th in New York for extortion.

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On Friday, a New York prosecutor said R. I have filed a 55-page motion to ask the judge for permission to admit new evidence in Kelly’s sexual abuse trial.

Federal prosecutors say Kelly has some evidence of a previously uncharged crime. This includes providing information to authorities and sexually abusing minor boys.

The R & B singer, whose real name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, 54, will be tried in federal court in New York on August 9. He faces the crime of extortion on suspicion of running an elaborate criminal enterprise to kidnap and sexually exploit young women.

The first New York indictment from March 2020 mentions six victims. According to the latest court filing, it mentions 20 Jane Dozes and two John Dozes. NPR..

One of the new claims by the prosecutor is that Kelly began sexual relations with a 17-year-old boy he met at McDonald’s in Chicago in 2006.

According to Filing, the boy introduced Kelly to a second teenage boy, 16 or 17 years old. Kelly also had a sexual relationship. Prosecutors allege that the singer forced the second boy to have sex with another boy.

In the complaint, prosecutors added that there were witnesses alleging that Kelly had downloaded child pornography involving a boy.

Prosecutors also allege that in 2019 R. Kelly bribed Cook County Secretary of Illinois to obtain information about his proceedings after the release of the documentary series Surviving R. Kelly.

This document cites a recording of a phone call between Kelly and his “crisis manager.” They are discussing giving a clerk a $ 2,500 bribe and providing Kelly’s team with a burner phone to relay the information.

Prosecutors also want to share evidence that Kelly bribed Illinois state officials for $ 500 in 1994 to create a fake ID for a minor singer, Aaliyah, to allow her to marry her. thinking about.

The court claims that Kelly could not testify to him in court because he believed he had impregnated Aaliyah, who was 15 at the time, and wanted to marry her. Aaliyah died in a plane crash in 2001.

Prosecutors also want to play video and audio recordings for the jury, indicating that Kelly is physically and verbally abusing women.

Other filing allegations include illegal imprisonment, payment of hash money, and physical abuse.

Kelly stayed in Brooklyn prison and acquitted all charges against him.

In addition to the New York trial, Kelly also faces charges of possessing child pornography and interfering with federal agents by bribing victims in another case in Chicago, Illinois.

The Chicago trial is currently scheduled for September.

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