The documentary features interviews with several women making on-camera allegations of sexual, mental and physical abuse by R Kelly, as well as interviews with former managers and producers. Photo: ReutersAn attorney for R&B singer R. Kelly has called a new Lifetime documentary series a "for-profit hit piece," and said allegations of abuse by the Grammy-winning musician were a "complete fabrication." The six-hour documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which aired earlier this month on US 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. After the documentary aired, singer Lady Gaga vowed to remove a duet she recorded with Kelly from streaming services and never collaborate with him again.
Source: Otago Daily Times January 12, 2019 00:33 UTC