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Kelly’s lawyer issues denial of sexual misconduct allegations

Kelly’s lawyer issues denial of sexual misconduct allegations

Nielsen Music says streaming numbers for R. Kelly have almost doubled after a recent documentary accused the R&B singer of sexual misconduct involving women and underage girls.

According to The Blast, Savage's father's lawyer told the publication, "It should be respectfully stated that we requested two of R. Kelly's previous managers and two of R. Kelly's previous attorneys for the Savage family to see Joycelyn", said Gerald Griggs.

"For the second time since the airing of Surviving R. Kelly, protestors gathered around R. Kelly's music studio in the West Side of Chicago to denounce the singer at his place of work, chanting "your time is up!" and "black girls matter!", while holding up signs that read "'Age ain't nothing but a number.' Well jail ain't nothing but a room".

He also confirmed that Kelly was married to Aaliyah Haughton when she was 15.

"Surviving R. Kelly", the product of more than 50 interviews, aired over a span of five days earlier this month and pulled in an average of 2 million viewers per installment.

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Greenberg harshly criticized Lifetime, accusing those who made "Surviving R. Kelly" of telling women what to say on camera, and ripped Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx for asking potential victims to come forward, saying that "invites wrongful accusations".

"I haven't heard from a prosecutor's office".

The club was filled to capacity with R Kelly's fans - hoping to show support to him after the devastating allegations in the Lifetime documentary. But he said that was not necessary to determine that they lied, noting that none of them ever went to police or presented anyone with evidence of physical abuse.

The singer has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct involving women and underage girls.

At the same time, Greenberg said he didn't think Kelly's career would be hurt by the allegations.