A warrant has been issued for R. Kelly's former manager who threatened a father of one of the victims. "In order to have an investigation. we have to have victims and witnesses who are willing to come forth with whatever information that they have", said Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx.
"No one has ever seen any evidence of it", he said.
"I was sickened by the allegations". Some were tied to Kelly's Chicago area home. New reports claim local police hit up a nightclub in response to a call about a warrant for his arrest.
Atlanta-based lawyer Gerald Griggs represents Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, who have said repeatedly that Kelly has kept their daughter from contacting them and has brainwashed her.
"I'm sorry, both for my poor judgement when I was young, and for not speaking out sooner", she added.
Northern California man accused of stealing $10M lottery ticket from roommate
Yet his glee quickly turned sour after he went to the Lottery's District Office in Sacramento to collect his prize. Meanwhile, Polen, the police spokesman, said lottery officials were discussing the winnings with the victim.
However, the anonymous woman's attorney, Lee Merritt is reportedly seeking to file a civil suit against Kelly on his client's behalf.
The protests were held near his Chicago studio.
But Georgia isn't the only jurisdiction where law enforcement officials are taking the allegations of predatory sexual behavior and pedophilia raised in the docuseries against R. Kelly seriously.
Chris Hopper, a spokesperson for the Fulton County DA's office, had no comment on whether or not an investigation into Kelly is indeed underway. Rather, he was acquitted on child pornography charges in 2008. The family hopes that a charge will be levied against Kelly to keep him from leaving the United States with some of his alleged "sex cult" victims.
Lady Gaga has addressed her 2013 collaboration with R. Kelly in a tweet on Wednesday night, revealing that she is pulling the song "Do What U Want" from iTunes and streaming services.