R. Kelly's West Town Studio Still Occupied After Judge's Order To Only Be Used 9 A.M.-5 P.M.
Tuesday a judge ordered that nobody is allowed to use the second floor of R. Kelly’s warehouse, and the recording studio on the bottom floor can only be used during normal business hours, 9-5, but CBS 2 reporter Charlie De Mar saw several people coming later, including Kelly’s personal attorney, who got buzzed into the building. 

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