R. Kelly pleads not guilty to 11 new sexual misconduct charges

R. Kelly was at Cook \county Court in Chicago on Thursday for a short hearing where he pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against him. The artist was charged with 11 new counts of sexual assault and abuse in the state of Illinois.

As indicated by some sources, four of the new charges against the R&B artist are aggravated criminal sexual charges, which can carry at least a minimum of six years and a maximum of thirty years in jail, if found guilty.

Shortly after the hearing, during brief question and answer session, Kelly’s lawyer, Steve Greenberg told a group of reporters that they pleaded not guilty of all the charges because he was guilty. he further added, “If you didn’t do it, then you didn’t do it. He lamented that it was intense and that everything was against the singer.

The documents containing the charges are believed to contain events when Kelly ejaculated onto the body of the victim as well as committing sexual act by the use force.

The charges brought against the Grammy Award winner came a long time after the six-part Lifetime Documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly”; the show displayed some old sexual misconduct accusations which had previously been brought against the singer.

The charges brought against the Grammy Award winner came a long time after the six-part Lifetime Documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly”; the show displayed some old sexual misconduct accusations which had previously been brought against the singer.

In the meantime, Michael Avenatti, who is the legal adviser to of the alleged victims, on Monday that he has got another video that reveals the sexual misconduct perpetrated by the performer. he said that the video shows the star sexually attacking the minors and will hand over the recording to Cook County prosecutors.
Earlier, Avenatti posted a tweet saying a second tape showing the star perpetrating the crimes and that the tape was uncovered as a result of the nationwide investigation on behalf of the victims.
As indicated by TMZ, the tape, a 55-minute VHS video, supposedly demonstrates Kelly engaging in sexual relations with a similar 14-year-old young lady portrayed in the principal video that Avenatti gave over to specialists.

The Singers’ lawyer, Steve Greenberg said he was confounded about why prosecutors had come up with extra charges relating to the current February case including four ladies, three of whom were minors at the season of the supposed maltreatment.

“It’s a similar case. It’s simply that they’ve quite recently changed what they’ve accused him of,” Greenberg argued when speaking to ABC. “It’s similar realities, a similar bond, a similar proof. We anticipate a similar outcome.”

A status hearing will be on 26th June.

Author: Cossy

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