The Lifetime series reported that their daughter has repeatedly denied that Kelly has done anything wrong and has said she doesn't want to talk to her family. For their sake, let's hope they receive justice.
CNN.com reports, "The incident, which allegedly took place in May 2018, was reported by Timothy Savage to Henry County police".
Investigators and lawyers in at least two states are seeking more information about allegations against R. Kelly, after a new documentary series reignited interest in reports of the R&B singer's alleged sexual misconduct and other illicit behavior. Van Allen also claimed that R. Kelly was considering having her killed after the tapes were compromised.
"Surviving R. Kelly" was watched bya an average of 2.1 million total viewers, factoring Nielsen live-plus-same-day ratings. She disputed her parent's accusations in a video released by TMZ in 2017, however, her family says the video was staged and Joycelyn Savage was manipulated into the recording. "I worked in this office for a number of years, including in 2008, and so the allegations were not new to me, but I think listening to survivors, and giving a platform to survivors to be able to tell their stories, was heartbreaking".
The report says the case is being forwarded to the criminal investigations division for review.
A Cook County State's Attorney representative said officials are "in the process of reviewing and following up on these calls".
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"I'm here today to encourage victims of sexual assault or domestic violence related to these allegations to please get in touch with our office", Foxx said at a press conference Tuesday.
Savage also called police in May to report that a man named James Mason had threatened him because Savage was trying to reach his daughter, who he said was being held by Kelly, according to a police report. Prosecutors had argued a videotape showed him engaged in graphic sex acts with a girl as young as 13.
However, a representative for McGee has denied that she has been contacted by authorities.
"Who makes their assessment of the evidence based on reality TV?" he said. Despite his legal troubles a decade ago, he still retains a following.
Kelly won a Grammy in 1997 for "I Believe I Can Fly", and is known for such raunchy hits as "Bump N' Grind" and "Ignition".