R. Kelly Facing Up To 20 Years In Prison As Jury Begins Deliberation: Report

Written by on September 24, 2021

Earlier this week, R. Kelly’s ongoing intercourse trafficking trial in New York began wrapping up because the protection and the prosecution provided their closing arguments, throughout which the controversial artist’s authorized workforce reportedly in contrast him to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Mike Pence, and Hugh Hefner.

In accordance with AJ+, the nameless jury of seven males and 5 girls in R. Kelly’s trial has reportedly been despatched to deliberate whether or not or not they are going to deem R. Kelly responsible of the racketeering and intercourse trafficking prices introduced towards him, so the general public will quickly know if his authorized workforce’s lofty comparisons have been sufficient to stop their consumer from being handed a responsible verdict.

R&B singer R. Kelly covers his mouth as he speaks to members of his entourage as he leaves the Leighton Criminal Courts Building following a hearing on June 26, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. Prosecutors turned over to Kelly's defense team a DVD that alleges to show Kelly having sex with an underage girl in the 1990s. Kelly has been charged with multiple sex crimes involving four women, three of whom were underage at the time of the alleged encounters.
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AJ+ additionally reviews that the disgraced R&B singer is dealing with as much as 20 years in jail, and the testimonies of 11 accusers, who recounted illegal underage encounters, will all be considered by the jury. Newly revealed info and first-hand accounts about R. Kelly’s alleged abusive sexual relationship with Aaliyah can be taken under consideration as effectively.

The jury’s deliberation comes after R. Kelly notably refused to take the stand in his protection earlier this week.

Keep tuned to HNHH as extra updates in R. Kelly’s high-profile sex-trafficking trial proceed to roll in.

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