R. Kelly Ordered To Pay $1.5 Million In Back Rent

R. Kelly Ordered To Pay $1.5 Million In Back Rent

R. Kelly Ordered To Pay $1.5 Million In Back Rent!

Well, we all know that R. Kelly did not want things to turn out like this. See, a judge has ordered R. Kelly to pay $1.5 million in back rent to a former landlord. Read on since R. Kelly has been ordered to pay back rent…

CelebnMusic247.com has learned via the Chicago Tribune, the disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly owes his former landlord, Midwest Commercial Funding, $1.5 million in back rent.

Just last month, R. Kelly’s manager was said to be working on a snitch deal. So far, nothing has come of it, except he has been ordered to pay back rent.

The outlet reports:

Kelly’s record label Sony is to pay the landlord with Kelly’s royalties. Kelly’s is signed to RCA Records, which is owned and operated by Sony.

Cook County Judge Patrick Heneghan ordered:

Sony is directed and ordered to turn over any sums accruing to Kelly’s royalty account in the future, up to the total sum of MCF’s judgment.

Kellz attorney Steve Greenberg said last March:

If you can’t go out on tour, if they’re not streaming your music anymore, obviously, you’re going to have financial problems.

Attorney Lisa Damico said the same day:

When money comes, in he’s going to take care of his kids, and we’ve had enough of the bashing of Robert Kelly as being a bad dad.

At this time, Kelly is facing potentially decades in prison, according to the Chicago Tribune.

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