R. Kelly Found Guilty on 6 Counts of Child Pornography

R. Kelly has reportedly been found guilty by a federal jury in Chicago on six of 13 counts on child pornography and sexual abuse.

On Wednesday, September 14, the 12-person jury in the trial convicted Mr. Kelly of six out of the 13 charges brought against him.

These include charges of producing child pornography, conspiracy to produce child pornography, conspiracy to receive child pornography, enticing of a minor to engage in criminal sexual activity and conspiracy to obstruct justice.

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He was found guilty of coercing three minors into criminal sexual activity and producing three child sexual abuse videos, all of which prosecutors said involved the same 14-year-old girl.

R. Kelly was acquitted of attempting to obstruct an earlier investigation into his abuse.

The jury also found him not guilty of receiving child sexual abuse imagery and conspiring to receive such imagery as part of an alleged scheme to recover missing videotapes.
The singer’s co-defendants – Kelly’s former business manager Derrell McDavid and former employee Milton “June” Brown – were acquitted of charges of obstruction of justice, in relation to accusations of them covering up Kelly’s history of sexual abuse

R. Kelly, 55, had already been sentenced to 30 years in prison in June 2022 after a jury in Brooklyn convicted him of racketeering and sex trafficking charges.

Based on that sentence, he won’t be eligible for release until he is around 80.

June’s conviction is the first time R. Kelly had been held criminally responsible for allegations related to sexual abuse despite accusations dating back more than three decades.

Today’s conviction in Chicago could add years to that prison sentence.

Meanwhile, the date of his next sentencing has not yet been announced.

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