Chicago State’s Attorney Asks R. Kelly Victims to Help Build Case Against Singer

Chicago State’s Attorney Asks R. Kelly Victims to Help Build Case Against Singer

Following Lifetime’s six-part documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly,” which featured interviews with multiple women who outlined allegations of abuse against the singer, Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx held a press conference tonight regarding Kelly in Chicago. Foxx encouraged any survivors and witnesses with information about Kelly to contact her office in order to initiate an investigation. “Please come forward,” she said. Foxx also revealed that her office had been contacted by two families looking for two missing women. The families believed the women had been to Kelly’s home in the Chicago area. Foxx said that no new charges have been filed against Kelly at this time. Watch the press conference below.

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