Grammy-winning artist R Kelly was accused of 11 new lawful offense checks of rape and misuse that could send the R&B artist to jail for 30 years, revealed Reuters. Kelly was arraigned by a Cook County Grand Jury on four tallies of bothered criminal rape, two checks of criminal rape by power and two tallies of disturbed criminal sexual maltreatment.
He was additionally arraigned on three tallies of disturbed criminal sexual maltreatment against an injured individual between the ages of 13 to 16. The charges focus on somebody distinguished uniquely as JP in January 2010, with no different subtleties gave.
However, R Kelly’s fans were not having it.
They most definitely will. I hope R Kelly turns his back on those who turned theirs. But we know his heart ain't built like that— Tanya (@tkaye3937) April 10, 2019
Kelly "was NOT accused of another case. He was energized in a current case, same claimed injured individual and time (10 years prior) It changes nothing," the entertainer's lawyer, Steve Greenberg, said on Twitter. "These are a similar lead, simply charged in an unexpected way, same claimed injured individual, same time period, same certainties. We anticipate similar outcomes," he composed.
Kelly has denied misuse charges for a considerable length of time. In 2008, the artist was taken a stab at youngster sex entertainment charges and found not liable. The fans were still not able to come to terms with it.
I can’t believe Jim has a movie deal. He’s really no different from these clout chasing “survivors” using R. Kelly’s name for profit.— (@kellznation) June 2, 2019
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!
When will this crap end?! pic.twitter.com/zD92mNoHas
Fans had earlier offered support to the star when he shared a video
Happy for you!!!! Glad to see you’re bouncing back— MzStingray (@soul4real2) April 7, 2019
Kelly, 52, argued not liable to charges that he explicitly attacked three adolescent young ladies. The charges were brought after seven ladies including his ex, showed up on a Lifetime TV narrative and blamed him for sexual maltreatment.