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R. Kelly Sues Prison After Being Placed on Suicide Watch for 'Purely Punitive Reasons': Lawyer
The singer was sentenced to 30 years in prison for federal racketeering and sex trafficking charges earlier this week
Survivors of R. Kelly's Sex Abuse React to His 30-Year Prison Sentence: 'Don't Think It's Enough'
R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in federal prison after being convicted of federal racketeering and sex trafficking
R. Kelly Sentenced to 30 Years in Prison After He Was Found Guilty of Luring Children for Sex
"You used your fame and power to groom and coach underage boys and girls for your own sexual gratification," a survivor said during R. Kelly's sentencing hearing
R. Kelly Facing Possible 25 Years in Jail Following Request by Federal Prosecutors
Prosecutors filed a 31-page document with the Eastern District of New York on Wednesday, ahead of the disgraced R&B singer's sentencing on June 29.
RHOA's Porsha Williams Reveals She Spoke to Authorities About Her Own Experience with R. Kelly
"I realized it was my opportunity to help anyone who's been hurt by him," she tells PEOPLE
Survivor Who Defended R. Kelly in 2019 Gayle King Interview Says He Told Her 'Exactly What to Say'
"Before that interview, you know, he had us practicing every single day," Azriel Clary told Gayle King this week after R. Kelly was found guilty of racketeering charges in federal court
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R. Kelly Found Guilty of Racketeering After Decades of Sex Abuse Allegations
Prosecutors accused the R&B singer and others of recruiting "women and girls to engage in illegal sexual activity with Kelly" as far back as 1999
Why Drake Was Forced to Credit R. Kelly on New Album: His 'Voice Isn't Even Present,' Says Producer
I "just had to say something because to think we would stand beside that guy or write with him is just incredibly disgusting," said producer Noah "40" Shebib on why R. Kelly is credited on "TSU"
R. Kelly Cites Coronavirus Concerns While Seeking Release from Prison

A judge has yet to rule on the singer's recent motion out of Chicago, but prosecutors in New York have asked that he remain jailed