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Lady Gaga apologises for collaborating with R. Kelly

Lady Gaga apologises for collaborating with R. Kelly

Foxx stated that her office has already been in contact with the families of two alleged victims - both of whom are over the age of 18 - but empasized that cooperation from other victims or witnesses is essential in order for her office to properly investigate the claims.

R. Kelly's attorney is speaking out after Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx asked women to come forward with accusations of sexual abuse by the singer.

Chris Hopper, a spokesman, for the Fulton County district attorney's office, declined to comment.

The protests were held near his Chicago studio. "I should stress the courage that it takes to relive and repeatedly re-experience by telling your story of sexual victimization, but we rely heavily on victim accounts and victim statements to prosecute cases involving sexual assault or domestic violence", Foxx said.

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In a new post on Instagram, the actress and singer revealed that she just finished watching the Lifetime docu-series and wanted to share her reaction. Greenberg on Wednesday told WGN-TV that the allegations are "made up".

"No one has ever seen any evidence of it", he said. "There are no photos of [Kelly] with these women". This comes after news that Kelly is under criminal investigation in Georgia, that his manager is also under investigation, and that an arrest warrant is out for his former manager.

The Associated Press reported that in 2008, a Cook County jury acquitted Kelly on 14 counts of child pornography after he was accused of engaging in sex acts with a girl as young as 13. Kelly has denied the allegations and reportedly threatened to sue Lifetime before the series went to air. The original deal for Kelly to pay for the property went for 10 years with a monthly payment of $22,927.41. Parents of the women involved said at the time that they had attempted to get their daughters out of Kelly's homes, accusing him of controlling their eating habits, how they engaged in sexual activity and ruling over when they take baths or sleep.

As Complex point out, when "Do What U Want" was first released, it was criticised for being so sexually explicit, given the allegations around Kelly.