R. Kelly's team is taking legal action to prevent Surviving R. Kelly viewers from serving as jurors in his federal trial. According to TMZ, the singer's lawyers filed a motion to exclude those who have seen "any portion" of the documentary, citing their inability to make a "fair" judgment in the... Read More.
R. Kelly's longtime assistant, Diana Copeland, took the stand on Monday as the singer's sex trafficking case continued in Brooklyn, New York.Copeland, who has worked with Kelly for 15 years, detailed her interactions with the disgraced R&B icon and testified that he was once so paranoid... Read More.
R. Kelly's sex trafficking trial continued Thursday with his ex-manager, Tom Arnold, taking the stand as the twelfth witness, testifying that the singer would punish employees by withholding pay, or fining them over small transgressions.Arnold served as Kelly's studio and tour manager from 1998 to... Read More.
R. Kelly's sex trafficking trial continued Monday, with a woman who claimed to be one of his live-in girlfriends testifying that the singer gave her herpes and forced her to get an abortion.One woman, identified as Jane Doe #5, testified that she became involved with the 54-year-old... Read More.
A jury has been set for the New York sex trafficking trial of R. Kelly.The jury is comprised of seven men and five women, with six alternates. Judge Ann Donnelly swore in the jurors on Wednesday. The trial, set for August 18, will begin with opening statements.Kelly, 34,... Read More.
Two months before R. Kelly is scheduled to stand trial in a Brooklyn, New York, federal court on sex-abuse charges, two defense attorneys have decided to part with the singer's legal team.Good Morning America reports Steve Greenberg and Michael Leonard filed a motion to withdraw from the case Monday. During a status... Read More.