As R. Kelly’s battling one indictment, he could be staring down a brand new one.
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CelebNMusic247.com reports that disgraced singer R. Kelly battling indictment as a grand jury’s set to hear evidence related to sex trafficking claims.
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TMZ reports, law enforcement sources tell us federal prosecutors from the Northern District of Illinois will convene a grand jury later this month. Prosecutors will offer up witness testimony detailing how Kelly allegedly bought plane tickets and set up hotel rooms for underage girls.
We’re told prosecutors will also present emails and text messages that show the coordination Kelly’s team used to set up the travel. Additionally, physical evidence will be presented … which our sources say will include semen-stained clothing.
R. Kelly trying to blow up the sex tape by suggesting something fishy going on:
The embattled singer is trying to blow up the sex tape by suggesting something fishy was going on between Avenatti and Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx.
R. Kelly’s lawyers were told it’s not enough to insinuate something rotten was going on between Michael Avenatti and State’s Attorney Kim Foxx via TMZ:
The lawyers asked the judge to order prosecutors to preserve all communications between Avenatti and Foxx, but they didn’t say why. The judge wants to know why these communications are so important, and what it might prove. So, the lawyers were sent back to the drawing board to tell the judge why these communications could affect the case.
Avenatti states they have already uncovered texts and emails between himself and Foxx, and they were published by the Chicago Tribune weeks ago. It’s unclear what more may exist, but Avenatti is claiming they have it all, and he came up clean.
All that is left is now, the judge is deciding whether there will be a live feed inside the courtroom.