R. Kelly Pleads Not Guilty To New Sexual Assault ChargesR. Kelly pleaded not guilty Thursday to new sexual assault charges filed by Cook County prosecutors last week, the most serious criminal charges filed against the embattled R&B singer to date.
R. Kelly Reporter Jim Derogatis: 'Every System In Chicago Has Failed Dozens Of Young Black Women'Nearly 20 years ago, Jim DeRogatis helped break the first story with allegations against Kelly. In his new book, "Soulless: The Case Against R. Kelly," he says he knows of 48 women who were allegedly abused by the singer over 30 years.
R. Kelly Charged With Even More Serious Sex ChargesR. Kelly was charged with 11 new counts of sexual assault on Thursday.
R. Kelly's Divorce Case Unsealed Going Forward; Default Judgment In Sex Abuse Lawsuit VacatedA Cook County judge has agreed to unseal R. Kelly's divorce case from now on, including child support issues, on the same day another judge vacated a default judgment against the singer in a separate sexual abuse lawsuit.
R. Kelly's Attorneys Still Haven't Received Copy Of Video In Sex Abuse Case; 'Maybe The Squirrels Are Working Slowly'“The state has the tape. I can’t get it from them. They have to produce it. They have an obligation to produce it,” defense attorney Steve Greenberg said. “Maybe the squirrels are working slowly.”
Judge In R. Kelly Sex Abuse Case Could Rule On Bid To Preserve Communication Between Prosecutors And Michael AvenattiSinger R. Kelly is due back in court this morning for a hearing on his sex abuse case, and a judge could rule on his attorneys’ request to preserve all communications between Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx and celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti.
R. Kelly Civil Lawsuit Ends In Default Judgement Against SingerA judge entered a default judgment in the civil case of a woman who accused R. Kelly of sexual abuse after he failed to appear in court and failed to respond to the complaint.
R. Kelly's Brother: 'I Don't Believe These Women Are Being Truthful'Bruce Kelly said he hasn't talked to his brother since taking legal action against the singer in 2015 for unpaid wages.
R. Kelly Sings For 28 Seconds In Springfield, Fans Pay Up To $100R. Kelly fans paid up to $100 a ticket to watch him sing for 28 seconds.
R. Kelly Makes Brief Paid Appearance At Illinois ClubR&B singer R. Kelly made a paid appearance early Sunday at a club in Illinois' capital city, but the fans who each shelled out $50 to $100 for tickets got only a 28-second performance, followed by a half-hour meet-and-greet.
R. Kelly Asks Media 'To Take It Easy' On Him Before Springfield EventR. Kelly asked the media "to take it easy" on him before a Springfield event Saturday.
R. Kelly's Lawyer Claims Michael Avenatti 'Colluded' With Prosecutors To Indict Embattled Singer; ‘When You Get In Bed With Fleas, This Is What Happens’Accusing prosecutors of indicting R. Kelly for sexual abuse only under pressure from celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti, the singer's defense team is seeking a court order to preserve all emails and other communications between Avenatti and Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx.
R. Kelly's Lawyers To Return To Court Monday To File MotionEmbattled singer R. Kelly and his attorneys will be back in court Monday, after asking for a hearing to file a motion on an unknown topic.
R. Kelly Accuser Lanita Carter Comes Forward About Sexual Abuse Case; 'If I Die Tomorrow, I Know That I Told The Truth'Lanita Carter, one of the four alleged victims in R. Kelly’s criminal sexual abuse case in Cook County has come forward, saying she was emboldened to speak out when Kelly went on television to call his accusers liars.
Attorney Michael Avenatti Calls Fraud And Extortion Charges 'Absolutely Absurd,' Says 'The Facts Are On My Side'Facing federal charges of fraud and extortion, Michael Avenatti, the attorney representing some of the alleged victims of singer R. Kelly, denies he did anything wrong, and says the allegations against him are “absolutely absurd.”