Arrest Warrant Issued for R. Kelly's Former Manager

Lewis Collier
January 10, 2019

During a news conference on Tuesday, Illinois' Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx called for victims of the singer to come forward.

A Florida father who alleges his daughter is being held in a de facto sex cult run by R. Kelly is pushing authorities in that state to launch a criminal investigation into the controversial R&B singer.

The Savage family said they have been unable to reach Joycelyn Savage for some time after associating with the singer.

Following the finale of Surviving R. Kelly on January 5, it has been reported that the Fulton County District Attorney has begun interviews in the latest probe into the ongoing allegations against Kelly, including one of his alleged sex cult hostages, 23-year-old Jocelyn Savage.

"Please come forward. There is nothing that can be done to investigate these allegations without the cooperation of both victims and witnesses", she said.

Kelly's Chicago-based lawyer, Steve Greenberg, dismissed the claims raised in the series in an interview with Billboard, casting them as "another round of stories" used to "fill reality TV time".

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Chris Hopper, a spokesperson for the Fulton County DA's office, had no comment on whether or not an investigation into Kelly is indeed underway.

"No one has ever seen any evidence of it", he said.

As it stands, Kelly has yet to speak to the allegations since the documentary has aired.

Activists and reporters have for years tried to bring light to Kelly's alleged actions. The series accuses the singer of having sex with underage girls, being physically abusive, and running a sex cult.

Horrified and disturbed by the findings, Foxx wants to aid victims who seek justice against Kelly and his team of enablers who kept Kelly unscathed by the fire which has yet to engulf him. "I've worked in this office for a number of years including in 2008, and so the allegations were not new to me, but I think listening to survivors and giving the platform for survivors to tell their stories was heartbreaking".

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