R. Kelly’s behind bars thanks in large part to his own inner circle — enablers and ex-employees who handed the feds videos of Kelly having sex with underage girls, according to the attorney for multiple alleged victims. Gerald Griggs — who…
R. Kelly has been arrested, again. This time, the controversial crooner has been pinched on federal sex trafficking charges.
As long was rumored, the Feds had R’uh on their radar.
The New York Times reports that on Thursday night (July 11), federal agents arrested him for charges that include child pornography.
The “I Believe I Can Fly” singer was already under indictment in Chicago for aggravated sexual assault and abuse, which are state charges. He also caught 11 more felony charges in May.
The new 13 count indictment includes charges of child pornography, enticement of a minor and obstruction of justice.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Kelly was arrested around 7 p.m., while he was out walking his dog near his home at…wait for it…Trump Tower.
This story is developing.
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