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ghosttruck

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A Chicago judge ruled Friday that cameras will be allowed in the courtroom when R&B star R. Kelly goes on trial for 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse later this month, but added that the singer’s accusers can’t be photographed or filmed without their consent.

Associate Judge Lawrence Flood made the comments during a brief hearing in Cook County Circuit Court. He added that two of Kelly’s accusers have already said they don’t want to be filmed. Kelly’s next hearing is on March 22.

R. Kelly, whose full name is Robert Kelly, is one of the best-selling musical artists of all time. Rumors that he raped underage girls and women, holding some as virtual slaves, have dogged him for decades. An explosive documentary series, “Surviving R. Kelly,” aired in January and brought new scrutiny on the Chicago native.
 

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JackBurton

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Pretty funny

Gotta be honest, although he's a clearcut scumbag of the lowliest order, i have a hard time believing his current accusers. There really can not be a less reliable, worst "victim" or witness to a crime than a female who would choose to chat up or hang out or date R Kelly.
 

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