Government investigators in New York documented another indictment Thursday against R. Kelly coming from his unlawful marriage with singer Aaliyah D. Haughton.
The new charge affirms R. Kelly, the actual name Robert Sylvester Kelly, paid off an Illinois government worker for a “fake ID report” for somebody recognized as “Jane Doe” on Aug. 30, 1994, as indicated by the news reports.
After one day R. Kelly, 27, married his 15-year-old protégée in a mystery ceremony at a Chicago lodging. A source asserts to the reports “Jane Doe” is Aaliyah and that the report obtained was a false ID used to get a marriage license that recorded her age as 18.
R. Kelly’s lawyer Douglas Anton called the most recent charge against his client “silly and outrageous” in a report. The best R&B singer has just been accused of racketeering, abducting, forced work and physical abuse in New York. He was not declared guilty.
Aaliyah’s family has lived usually calm all through R. Kelly’s #MeToo case. Anyway, in January, her mom discharged a report in the wake of Surviving R. Kelly saying she was devasted on her girl’s name being “hauled through the mud with lies.”
R. Kelly’s Chicago lawyer, Steven Greenberg, recently guaranteed his client had “no idea” Aaliyah was underage when they marry.
“He was wedded to her when she was 15. Elvis was married to Priscilla,” he stated on a report.”
R. Kelly deals with criminal charges in many urban communities across the country his supposed physical maltreatment of children.
The 52-year-old has refused to all pedophilia allegations. He is now being held without bond and is scheduled to stand preliminary in Chicago in April. Whenever sentenced for all charges he faces life in jail.