Concert hosted by R. Kelly banned due to sexual misconduct allegations

R. Kelly celebrating his birthday at a nightclub in Chicago

R. Kelly celebrating his birthday at a nightclub in Chicago

Kelly has denied any wrongdoing.

R Kelly has denied all allegations of sexual misconduct and abusive treatment of women and underage girls, including those that there uncovered in the recent documentary Surviving R Kelly.

The six-hour documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which aired earlier this month on U.S. cable channel Lifetime, includes allegations from multiple women who accuse Kelly of sexual misconduct, sometimes with minors.

The Lifetime series featured interviews with several women making on-camera allegations of sexual, mental and physical abuse by Kelly, as well as interviews with some of his former managers and producers. This move comes after the media storm that followed the airing of Surviving R. Kelly.

In April 2018, a woman told authorities that R. Kelly intentionally gave her a sexually transmitted disease, according to Dallas News.

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In the footage, the two groups could be heard arguing with one another through megaphones, with protestors shaming the supporters for not standing up for Kelly's alleged victims.

The scrutiny also extends to Georgia, where an Atlanta-area couple said Georgia prosecutors have reached out to them after they repeatedly said that Kelly brainwashed their daughter and kept her from contacting them.

As you may know, R. Kelly allegedly was married to a 15-year-old Aaliyah when he was 27-years-old, and Kelly also had a child pornography charge for which he was inevitably exonerated.

Greenberg has said that the documentary proved nothing.

Kannie Yu LaPack, a spokeswoman for Lifetime, said: "The women's stories speak for themselves".

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