U.S. officials, including the district attorney, would not comment on the investigation. Foxx said her office has not been in touch with authorities in Fulton County. If they're still allegedly held captive by Kelly and enablers, please go find Joycelyn and any victims in Chicago so they can be reunited with their families. The three-part documentary sent shockwaves throughout audiences with its gripping and harrowing recounts of Kelly's alleged sexual abuse - told by seven alleged survivors - over the last 20-plus years.
R. Kelly's ex-wife Andrea "Drea" Kelly is speaking out about raising her kids amidst the abuse allegations that surround her ex-spouse.
"But let me just say this: R. Kelly ... has [an] issue that has to really, really be worked on", he added.
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx announced Tuesday afternoon during a press conference the singer was under criminal investigation in IL.
"Surviving R. Kelly" revived scrutiny of longstanding allegations against the R&B singer, who is originally from Chicago. "[I] knew her, you know, very not well, but I knew her and I didn't want to spend, out of the two hours, we spent about 11 to 12 minutes on Aaliyah's story".
Renewed interest in R. Kelly's dealings with underage girls and young women started after a 2017 Buzzfeed article claimed R. Kelly was keeping a cult of young women. He was acquitted, and his lawyers at the time said Kelly was not in the video, and suggested his likeness may have been computer-generated.
Had an alleged sexual relationship with a 15-year-old Tiffany Hawkins in 1991 when he was 24.
Horrifying allegations have been made against singer R Kelly for three decades, including an upsetting trial involving 21 counts of child pornography. It featured countless activists, musicians, legal experts, licensed psychologists, and accusers who bravely shared their perspectives on Kelly's ability to abuse his victims while the world around him was complicit.
The report says Russell called Savage while the officer was there and Savage put the phone on speaker.
CNN has not been able to reach Russell for comment.
The documentary's film-maker Dream Hampton claims she hopes "Surviving R. Kelly" serves as a starter tool to "shift culture" and "talk about rape culture and organise against patriarchy, which harms us all".