R. Kelly Investigated by FBI For Flying Minor Cross-Country

R. Kelly Investigated by FBI For Flying Minor Cross-Country

Things are getting worse for R. Kelly! Is this the end of the King of R&B?

Robert Kelly, 52, sexual escapades with women 30 + years and the dirt that has been swept under the carpet for years is surfacing. Now, the big question asks, “Did R. Kelly commit a crime when he flew a then 17-year-old Azriel Clary across state lines back in 2015?” Read on…

 R. Kelly Investigated by FBI For Flying Minor Cross-CountryCelebNMusic247.com reports that the FBI is in the process of deciding whether there is a case or not.

Following the airing of Dream Hampton’s Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, the singer’s legal troubles have multiplied.

TMZ reports:

Azriel Clary, one of the women featured in “Surviving R. Kelly,” was flown from Palm Springs to Phoenix to Orlando on May 25, 2015. She flew US Airways, leaving Cali at 6:57 AM and eventually landing in Florida at 4:09 PM.

A source connected to Azriel’s family tells us the flights were arranged by a woman who was R. Kelly’s assistant at the time.

Here’s why it’s potentially a big deal. Azriel was only 17 at that time and that means R. Kelly could have violated the Mann Act — the federal act that makes it illegal to transport a minor across state lines for purposes of sex, debauchery or prostitution.

We’re told the FBI just learned about the flights within the last week. As we reported … the FBI has also been in touch with Joycelyn Savage’s father multiple times in the last 18 months — so it’s clear the feds are taking the R. Kelly allegations seriously.

The Chicago native’s camp believes no crimes where committed because they have a note signed from Clary’s mother granting permission for her to travel.

 R. Kelly Investigated by FBI For Flying Minor Cross-Country

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