R. Kelly Was Reportedly Hospitalized For Panic Attacks After “Surviving R. Kelly” Aired

Written by on January 11, 2019

Chicago, IL – R. Kelly was reportedly experiencing panic attacks both before and after Lifetime aired the six-part Surviving R. Kelly documentary. According to TMZ, Kelly’s anxiety levels were so intense, he had to seek medical attention.

Sources close to the disgraced R&B superstar said the attacks started in the days leading up to the January 3 premiere and continued well after its finale on January 5. Consequently, Kelly went to the hospital to receive treatment.

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The episodes are allegedly being triggered by the overwhelming backlash he’s receiving from both fans and peers.

Instead of continuing the hospital visits, Kelly has reportedly enlisted the help of a doctor who is able to make house calls.

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Despite his condition, Kelly held a birthday celebration for himself on Wednesday (January 9) to show he isn’t hiding. That evening, Kelly was reportedly approached by Chicago police after someone called authorities and claimed Kelly had a warrant for his arrest.

Those claims later proved to be false. There was no warrant and, consequently, no arrest.

In the wake of Surviving R. Kelly, the Chi-Town native is reportedly under investigation in Georgia.

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