The disgraced singer's lawyer says the lack of precautions at the facility where Kelly is housed is putting the singer at risk.
Prosecutors in Illinois filed an amended indictment Friday, which includes new allegations of sexual abuse of a minor.
The marriage, held in 1994, was later annulled.
The follow-up to Lifetime's "Surviving R. Kelly" sheds light on the ways R. Kelly and his team silenced his victims and their families.
“I hope she feels differently after she sees it,” the network said.
The three-night event premieres January 2 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime.
Federal prosecutors have accused Kelly of bribing an Illinois government employee in order to obtain a fake ID to marry Aaaliyah when she was 15.
After years of defending her relationship with R. Kelly, Savage, 24, is now sharing her story.
The survivors, who have accused the R&B singer of sexual misconduct, spoke to ESSENCE at the 71st Creative Arts Emmys.
The four-part follow-up series will dig into the R&Bs singer’s current legal troubles, while also including interviews with new survivors, psychologists, and experts.
Johnson resigned Monday for “personal reasons,” after attempting to back track on his comments about Kelly
Famed lawyer Michael Avenatti has accused the R&B singer of trying to keep away one of his victims.
R. Kelly Charged With Recruiting And Taking Underage Girls Across State Lines For Sex In Federal Indictment
Separate federal indictments were filed in both Chicago and Brooklyn, totaling 18 counts.
The exact location where the assault occurred was not immediately clear.
The Emmy Award-winning journalist will host a new Lifetime special focusing on the controversial docuseries’ aftermath.
Kelly failed to appear in Illinois' Cook County Circuit Court to answer questions about allegations that he sexually assaulted a woman when she was 16.