The new Surviving R. Kelly Docuseries has started a chain reaction around the beleaguered singer. R. Kelly. The police recently raided their Chicago studio and found evidence that someone had been living there, which is a violation of the city code. However, the singer denies that he uses the housing laboratory.
Sources close to the singer said. TMZ On Saturday (January 19), he denies having lived in the infamous recording studio, which appeared in the Lifetime series. He states that the sleeping configuration is only for when he needs to spend the night in long recording sessions. Kelly also denies the renovation of the study for the configuration of a bedroom and confesses that she has only added furniture.
Some believe Kelly accommodates at least two women in the study who are being sought by their parents. Police raided the studio on Wednesday afternoon (January 16) in search of evidence that women could be there or any other evidence linking Kelly to a crime. Interestingly, a man Appeared to remove a hard drive and a computer of the study just before the raid.
Kelly has been the center of attention since the documentations were issued. In it, several women accuse him of being a badual predator and serial abuser. More recently, another woman has filed claims against the singer. Tracy Sampson, former intern at Epic Records, is Accusing the singer of kissing her when she was 16 years old.. She states that the incident occurred in 1999 and the two maintained a relationship for two years until Sampson suspended him when he was 18 years old.
"I was in love with him, I just did not know what to do," he said. "Like, I did not know if this was normal, I did not know if that was how adults behaved, just like I did not, I just did not know.
On Friday (January 18), it was announced that Kelly and her Sony label house had separate paths.
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