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Chicago Police Patrol R. Kelly’s ‘Sex Cult’ Recording Studio


Looks like R. Kelly’s trapped in another scandal.

Chicago police paid a visit to the pee tape celebrity’s music studio. Featured on the Lifetime series “Surviving R. Kelly”, the location is alleged to be where the rapper imprisoned abused girls.

According to TMZ, nobody called the authorities to check out the studio. Rather, the police went there because of how much attention and publicity it got on the TV show.

Coincidentally, the studio held a party for the urban opera singer’s 52nd birthday when police arrived. CBS reports this may have been the reason for the visit.

Kim Foxx, the Cook County State Attorney, begged for victims to come forward:

“Please come forward,” Foxx said in a press conference. “There is nothing that can be done to investigate these allegations without the cooperation of both victims and witnesses.”

So far, at least one victim and the families of two others came forward in the case against R. Kelly. It may not seem like much compared to the barrage of witnesses called in other famous sex assault cases. But the prosecution believes that this will be enough evidence to land a guilty verdict.

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[…] On Wednesday, the singer had his studio searched by police and the Cook County Building & Zoning Department. After the Surviving R. Kelly docu-series aired, rumors spread that he was keeping sex slaves. Just recently, the Chicago police patrolled his “sex cult” recording studio. […]

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