Former 'Real Housewives of Atlanta' star Porsha Williams revealed shocking details about a sexual encounter she had with R.Kelly years ago.
Following confirmation by Recording Academy CEO Harvey Mason Jr. that disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly won't have his three GRAMMYs revoked for the time being, many have been voicing their opinions on whether or not it's a valid decision.
The disgraced R&B singer is expected to be sentenced on May 4, 2022, after a federal jury found him guilty on sex trafficking and racketeering charges on Sept. 27.
Bill Cosby and Drea Kelly have spoken out separately with their opinions on R. Kelly's now-infamous guilty verdict.
Bill Cosby has chimed in on Kelly's explosive case by saying the Chicago native was "railroaded" in his case and Twitter has some thoughts.
Attorney Gerald A. Griggs, representing the family of Joycelyn Savage, discusses R. Kelly's guilty verdict in further detail.
Kelly faces decades behind prison after being found guilty on all charges Monday (September 27).
As R. Kelly's second sex abuse trial comes to an end, his defense decided to go out with a bang by comparing his fight to be proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt to the fight for Constitutional rights of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
R. Kelly's federal trial began with the prosecution and the defense making their opening statements, giving way to testimony by one of his alleged victims that detailed how sordid his alleged actions were.
R Kelly is a trending story once again as his legal problems have taken a turn for the worse with Kell’s already facing 22 charges of sexual abuse against young girls and women in which his trial date is set for August 9th. You would think what else could go wrong? 22 more women? No, how […]
Among the charges of bribery and physical abuse, along with an alleged 17-year-old boy counted among the victims with the crimes dating back as early as 1991.
The latest lawyer to join R. Kelly's defense team submits a request to delay the sex trafficking trial in New York one month so that he can adequately meet with his client.