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Feds say R. Kelly crisis manager bribed Cook County official after ‘Surviving R. Kelly’

Por: Chicago Sun Times Entertainment July 24, 2021

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Federal prosecutors in New York say a crisis manager for R&B star R. Kelly bribed a clerk in Cook County to get information about the singer’s legal trouble following the release of the Lifetime documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly.” The new allegation surfaced in a lengthy court filing in which prosecutors asked a judge permission to admit allegations of uncharged crimes — including sexual abuse of minors, unlawful imprisonment,... + full article



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