Lady Gaga apologises for collaborating with R. Kelly

Lady Gaga apologises for collaborating with R. Kelly

Lady Gaga apologises for collaborating with R. Kelly

The star, who has been accused of a range of misconduct by multiple women and was the subject of Lifetime's newly released docuseries Surviving R. Kelly, showed up at V75 Lounge in Chicago on Wednesday night.

Asked by host J Cruz if he would work with Kelly again following the Lifetime documentary series Surviving R. Kelly, Future said: "Man, who is that?"

Kelly has repeatedly denied all allegations against him.

On Tuesday Chicago prosecutor Kim Foxx urged anyone who suffered at the hands of embattled singer R. Kelly to tell their story.

"In order to have an investigation we have to have victims and witnesses who are willing to come forward with information", Foxx said.

Russell called Savage while the officer was there and Savage put the phone on speaker so the officer could listen, the police report says. "I AM No longer afraid", she wrote beneath an extract of an article on victims of abuse.

Timothy reported Mason to the Henry County Police. It remains unclear if the person who called the police was pranking Kelly, or if the person actually thought there was an arrest warrant. Savage claims his daughter is being held against her will by R. Kelly and Mason threatened him for speaking out about it.

Also in Chicago, according to WMAQ, police confirmed on Wednesday that they conducted a "business check" at Kelly's recording studio on the city's West Side but "have no criminal complaints from anyone about the location". "Allegations of domestic violence or sexual assault require someone to say what they've seen, heard or experienced".

R. Kelly denies the allegations against him. "She essentially went up there and said, 'We have no evidence of a crime, but if someone would like to make something up, please call us'".

Two years later, someone mailed a copy of the now-infamous sex tape to former Sun-Times reporter and music critic Jim DeRogatis.

Grammy winning singer and songwriter R. Kelly is under legal scrutiny in two states, Georgia and IL, for sexual and physical abuse by multiple women. Kelly was hit with 21 counts of child pornography and was found not guilty in 2008. A spokeswoman for the prosecutor's office said both women have been missing for three to four years.

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