The singer's attorney Steve Greenberg told reporters that he doesn't expect investigators to "find anything incriminating."
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.
According to RAINN, its national hotline often sees sharp increases when sexual abuse and assault cases make the headlines.
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.
A woman claims the actor grabbed her butt at a Los Angeles party but prosecutors will not press charges due to lack of evidence.
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.
Lifetime's "Surviving R. Kelly" docuseries has been nominated for an Emmy Award.
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Kelly's alleged victims—Lisa Van Allen, Lizzette Martinez and Asante McGee—were among those who attended the Monday night ceremony.
The Emmy Award-winning journalist will host a new Lifetime special focusing on the controversial docuseries’ aftermath.
Fans said they separated the accusations from the “artist,” and that’s why they chose to attend.
The court has instructed Kelly to take all of his personal belongings out of the facility and use it exclusively as a recording studio.
The Chicago rapper, who grew up with R. Kelly, also said that the singer needs help.
"I knew that as a celebrity I could lend my voice to something to that would highlight these young people who have been hurt," Legend said.