He's going to face 10 years to life in prison.
On Monday, a Brooklyn jury found R&B Singer R.Kelly guilty on all counts in the sexual maltreatment preliminary he was confronting, as per NBC News.
The vocalist, who’s known for his most renowned honor winning melody “I Believe I Can Fly”, has denied any terrible conduct and contended not reprehensible to all means something negative for him, including racketeering, pressure, bribery, temptation, and sex dealing. He has gone through around two years in government authority.
“We are extraordinarily disappointed in the verdict was returned by the New York jury today,” R. Kelly’s previous legal counselor Steve Greenberg said in a public assertation acquired by E! News.
He and Mike Leonard believe that the decision was not upheld by the proof and on second thought is an impression of the panic prepared by a few TV shows and mean to keep on battling for R.Kelly’s sake.
During the trial, investigators said the supposed survivors included two young women who were both minors, ages 16 and 17. They initially met him at different exhibitions, private social affairs, or other public occasions.
Reactions to R&B Singer R.Kelly Found Guilty Of All Counts
R Kelly got away with abusing women for far too long. I have personal stories but I’ll leave that for another day. I’m just happy that he was found guilty.— Eliza (@elizableu) September 28, 2021
Thank you so much to the brave survivors who have been fighting these battles for years.
R. Kelly if you believe you can fly, now is the time. 🕊 🌤☁️🤞🏾— DrekaFineAss🌬 (@_drekadreka) September 27, 2021
Nicki and Ken watching R.Kelly trial like fuck we finna be next 🤣— Kissy Gabriel (@101Flavors) September 28, 2021