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R. Kelly Kelly Chicago Victims Have Evidence To Bring Him Down Angie Dare
Adrian Cunningham | 10 January, 2019, 04:11

The incident in question stems from May 2018 when Mason texted Timothy Savage the following: "I'm gonna do harm to you and your family, when I see you I'm gonna get you, I'm going to fucking kill you".

Foxx's call to gather information surrounding the embattled R&B singer stems from the six-part Lifetime series, Surviving R. Kelly, which took an in-depth look at the decades long accusations surrounding the singer, where several Black women told stories of the abuse and manipulation they experienced over the course of the past 25 years. The couple was interviewed in the docuseries, along with numerous other women.

"We hope that it will turn into a fruitful investigation and it will result in the return of Joycelyn Savage to her family or, at the very least, that she start opening continuous conversations and interactions with her family like she had before she met Mr. Robert Sylvester Kelly", Griggs told PEOPLE on Wednesday.

According to entertainment sites TMZ and The Blast, R. Kelly is being actively investigated by the district attorney in Georgia's Fulton County, where the singer owns a home.

However, a representative for McGee has denied that she has been contacted by authorities.

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While no charges have now been brought in Kelly's other residence of Chicago, Cook County state attorney Kim Foxx held a press conference on Tuesday to encourage any victims to "please come forward".

"In order to have an investigation we have to have victims and witnesses who are willing to come forward with information", Foxx said.

"We can not seek justice without you", she concluded.

But the woman and her attorney stopped contacting investigators. Foxx said she found the claims in docuseries disturbing. His albums continued to top charts while he was on trial for child pornography, and many of his hit songs, like "I Believe I Can Fly" and "Ignition (Remix)", are still played widely.

Foxx reiterated that there are dedicated professionals who are willing to help the survivors unpack their horrific experiences and urged victims to call the prosecutor's office at 773-674-6492.