Singer R. Kelly smiles as he leaves Leighton Courthouse following his status hearing on May 07, 2019, in Chicago, Illinois.
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*R. Kelly had a jailhouse interview with comedian Cory Holcomb in which he addressed his controversial sex crimes conviction and potential lifetime behind bars.
During their conversation, the disgraced singer explains why he wants his loyal fans to write to the DOJ on his behalf. Kelly, 55, is currently serving a 30-year sentence after being convicted of sex crimes in New York.
Earlier this year, Lifetime released the final installment of the “Surviving R. Kelly” series which unpacked more horrific accounts of the abuse he allegedly inflicted on women and young girls.
As Urban Hollywood reports, R Kelly allegedly made young women eat his feces, according to interviews and legal documents highlighted in “Surviving R. Kelly: The Final Chapter.” The docuseries follows 2020’s “Surviving R. Kelly Part II: The Reckoning,” which came a year after “Surviving R. Kelly” premiered in January 2019.
“Once you’ve reached a one year anniversary, that’s what you do — eat his feces and drink urine,” said Jerhonda Pace, one of Kelly’s alleged victims. “He wants you to prove that you are loyal to him and really loved him, and that you two were bonded. It was something that happened quite often.”
A former member of Kelly’s entourage confirmed this… saying “Robert made one of the girls or a couple of the girls eat his feces,” the individual said. “That was more of a loyalty type of ritual when they had to eat the feces.”
— Lifetime (@lifetimetv) December 29, 2022
Elsewhere in the final chapters, we reported previously that details regarding the nuptials and subsequent 1995 annulment between Kelly and late singer Aaliyah are covered. Viewers learn that the R&B crooner paid Aaliya’s parents, Michael and Diane Haughton, to sign an NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement).
“It’s a harrowing document,” said reporter Jim DeRogatis. “A non-disclosure agreement on both her part and Kelly’s, vowing not to pursue further legal claims for physical abuse.
In February, a judge sentenced R. Kelly to 20 years in prison in his Chicago federal sex crimes case. He will reportedly serve 19 years of the sentence along with the 30 years related to the New York case, according to ABC 7.
Most recently, one of R. Kelly’s alleged victims, Heather Williams, was given access to his royalties.
Williams claims she met Kelly in Chicago in 1998 when she was 16 and they had a sexual relationship with promises that she would appear in one of his music videos. She filed a $4 million civil suit against him in 2019 and ultimately won, The Source reports.
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