Lawyer: R. Kelly denies all sexual misconduct allegations

Lawyer: R. Kelly denies all sexual misconduct allegations

"This is bigger than R. Kelly".

According to media reports, prosecutors in Georgia have contacted an attorney for an Atlanta-area couple who appeared in the documentary and accuse Kelly of brainwashing their daughter.

Greenberg has said that the documentary proved nothing.

Among the multiple abuse accusations, "Surviving R. Kelly" addresses the three-time Grammy winner's marriage with the late singer, Aaliyah. It alleged that the singer was holding women against their will and running a "sex cult". She said that he forced her to call him "daddy" and would lock her in a van during their 11 month relationship. The Cook County state attorney's office said at least two women have since come forward alleging inappropriate conduct by Kelly in 2002 at the warehouse and a home on the South Side in the mid-1980s. Lifetime did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "I don't know what he did but he deserves forgiveness", one of his supporters could be heard saying, before adding that ultimately only "God is his judge". The docuseries featured dozens of women, former employees and music celebrities all claiming that Kelly preyed on underage girls and sexually, physically and mentally abused them.

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R. Kelly's lawyer spoke out in defense of the "I Believe I Can Fly" singer in a pre-taped interview on ABC's "Good Morning America" this morning.

He was previously been subjected to sexual impropriety allegations and, in 2008, stood trial on child pornography charges, of which he was acquitted.

At the same time, Greenberg said he didn't think Kelly's career would be hurt by the allegations.

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