R. Kelly is off the hook for allegedly giving one of his sexual assault accusers claimed that he gave her a sexually transmitted disease.
According to Foxx, the families of two missing women have contacted her office with information concerning R. Kelly.
Foxx's call to gather information surrounding the embattled R&B singer stems from the six-part Lifetime series, Surviving R. Kelly, which took an in-depth look at the decades long accusations surrounding the singer, where several Black women told stories of the abuse and manipulation they experienced over the course of the past 25 years. The Savages claim they have not seen their daughter in two years. I was sickened as a mother.
On a night he was facing a protest in his hometown of Chicago, singer R. Kelly appeared to be partying at a local club, where he proclaimed he's not concerned with the controversy brewing around him.
Russell called Savage while the officer was there and Savage put the phone on speaker so the officer could listen, the police report says.
"Please come forward. There is nothing that can be done to investigate these allegations without the cooperation of victims and witnesses", Foxx said.
Prosecutors in IL and Georgia have opened investigations into allegations made against the singer, whose real name is Robert Sylvester Kelly.
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Chris Hopper, a spokesperson for the Fulton County DA's office, had no comment on whether or not an investigation into Kelly is indeed underway.
The protests were held near his Chicago studio.
The calls came a day after state's attorney Kim Foxx made a plea to any alleged victim of the singer to come forward.
Future, who collaborated with Kelly on "Tear It Up" off 2013's Black Panties album, went on to clarify his stance.
In 2008, a Cook County jury found Kelly not guilty on 14 counts of child pornography charges.
Parents of the women involved said at the time that they had attempted to get their daughters out of Kelly's homes, accusing him of controlling their eating habits, how they engaged in sexual activity and ruling over when they take baths or sleep.
The singer has also denied all allegations of sexual misconduct. The families of the women in his alleged sex cult are reportedly anxious if the girls travel out of the country with Kelly they may never see them again.