Kelly, who turned 52 on Tuesday, then yells, "Y'all motherf**kers don't know".
That latest report shows the parents of alleged victim #JoycelynSavage were threatened by Kelly's managers, #DonRussell and James Mason, before and after their cooperation with the docu-series "Surviving R. Kelly".
"I believe a hundred percent that me and my family are in danger", Timothy Savage said after he reported the alleged threats to police. This comes after news that Kelly is under criminal investigation in Georgia, that his manager is also under investigation, and that an arrest warrant is out for his former manager.
Jocelyn Savage's father posted the emotional plea for his daughter to contact her family on Instagram following the "Surviving R Kelly" documentary.
Griggs told FOX 5 News that in the past few days, very senior members of the D.A.'s office have contacted Griggs regarding witness information in the case.
Foxx said she has been "in contact with" people who have information related to claims in Cook County. I was sickened as a survivor. "I was sickened as a prosecutor".
We're told families of the women in his alleged sex cult are anxious if the girls travel out of the country with Kelly they may lose all hope of reconnecting. The office was also reportedly flooded with calls from people with their own stories, which is said to have encouraged them to begin their investigation.
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In 2008, a Cook County jury found Kelly not guilty on 14 counts of child pornography charges. Prosecutors had argued a videotape showed him engaged in graphic sex acts with a girl as young as 13.
Her office covers Chicago where Kelly has a home.
Man, who is that?
He settled at least three lawsuits accusing him of having sex with underage girls filed between 1997 and 2002.
It's unclear if the Chicago caller actually thought there was an arrest warrant out for R. Kelly, or if they were just trying to scare him. "She essentially went up there and said, 'We have no evidence of a crime, but if someone would like to make something up, please call us'".
Even decades-old allegations could be trouble for Kelly.