"Surviving R. Kelly" features interviews with multiple women who allege that Kelly had sex with them when they were underage, physically and emotionally abused them, and sought to control women by regulating when they ate, used the restroom, and contacted their families. The office offered Spin no comment. R. Kelly has continually denied all claims, ever since they were first publicly reported in 2000. In a bombshell 2017 BuzzFeed News report, Savage's parents described these living conditions as a "cult".
R. Kelly and the topic of the sexual abuse of children and women has been top of mind for the past few days thanks to the six-part Lifetime docuseries "Surviving R. Kelly". "The documentary really speaks for itself", Gerald Griggs, the Savage family's attorney, told Spin.
There has been no word from the Fulton County District Attorney's Office.
The show, which ran for three nights on Lifetime, featured interviews of 50 people, some of whom had experienced or witnessed Kelly's alleged sexual misconduct.
Kelly has consistently denied all of the allegations against him.
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We also learn that R. Kelly met one of his alleged victims in court while facing trial for child pornography charges in 2008, for which he was found not guilty.
United States investigators are in contact with a woman who claims she escaped R Kelly's home, and several others who claim to have either suffered at the singer's hands or to have witnessed abuse by the singer.
Police in Georgia is beginning to investigate R. Kelly (finally) after Lifetime aired the docuseries, Surviving R. Kelly. The six-part documentary series premiered on Thursday, January 3, airing each episode on a nightly basis, and now Surviving R Kelly has been given a United Kingdom release date.
'He stole my life from me being abused like this, ' she says in the documentary directed by filmmaker Dream Hampton. But I fear it might not be enough to take him down, so I'd like to point out what else you can do to help the #MuteRKelly campaign while all eyes are on this story.
Kelly's lawyer told Billboard the documentary was filled with false allegations, and has suggested the subjects are defaming his client for personal gain.
Black women and girls are still surviving R. Kelly.