R. Kelly leaves recording studio at 11pm, violates curfew
R. Kelly breaks his 9pm curfew by leaving his ‘sex cult’ recording studio after 11pm as member of his entourage ‘steals keys from waiting reporters’ car’
- R. Kelly emerged from a Chicago recording studio after 11pm and entered a Jeep Wrangler, which drove off on Sunday
- It was the same studio where the singer is alleged to have sexually abused several women
- Last month, Chicago building inspectors cited the studio for code violations including evidence of individuals living in the non-residential building
- As a result, a judge imposed a curfew ordering everyone out of the studio by 9pm
- Two reporters from a local Atlanta television station staked out the recording studio in Chicago on Sunday
- They filed a police report alleging that a member of R. Kelly’s entourage stole the keys to their rented car
Controversial singer R. Kelly was spotted outside of a Chicago recording studio on Sunday night in violation of a court-ordered curfew.
Last month, members of the Chicago Fire Department and city building inspectors raided the studio, where R. Kelly is alleged to have sexually abused a number of women.
Kelly was ultimately cited for multiple building code violations, including evidence of individuals living in the non-residential building.
As a result, Chicago Judge Patrice Ball-Reed imposed a curfew ordering everyone out of the studio by 9pm.
R. Kelly was seen leaving the studio and getting into a Jeep Wrangler after 11pm.
Moments before he left the studio, a member of his entourage allegedly stole the keys of a news car rented by an Atlanta television news station.
Controversial singer R. Kelly was spotted outside of a Chicago recording studio on Sunday night moments after a member of his entourage allegedly stole the keys of a car belonging to an Atlanta television news station
The singer, who is accused of sexually abusing several women, was spotted getting into a Jeep Wrangler that was parked on the sidewalk near the entrance of the studio
Moments before he left the studio late Sunday, an unidentified man was seen stealing the keys from a car rented by two Atlanta television reporters who were staking out the studio in Chicago
A reporter and cameraperson for local Atlanta TV station CBS46 staked out R. Kelly as he and a number of other people were inside a recording studio throughout the day on Sunday.
Several people were filmed going in and out of the studio throughout the day, according to CBS46.
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Television news reporter Jonathan Carlson said individuals who entered the studio were aware of the stakeout, which also included his photographer, Eric Carlton.
Sometime between 11pm and 11.30pm, a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited which reportedly belongs to Kelly pulled up onto the sidewalk just near the entrance of the studio.
The studio was cited for code violations after it was found that it was being used for ‘residential purposes’. The image above shows a bed in the studio
It is the same studio where R. Kelly is alleged to have sexually abused several women
A Chicago judge imposed a curfew mandating that all visitors leave the studio by 9pm
The two-man crew got out of their news car and raced to the entrance to begin filming.
Carlson left the driver’s side window open and the keys were still in the car.
Carlson stood behind the Jeep and Carlton was in front.
While they were recording, a black Audi SUV with no license plate pulled up alongside the reporters’ car.
Video shows an unidentified man opening the door of the news car.
Carlson then runs toward the car. By the time he got there, the unidentified man had closed the door to the news car and gotten back into the Audi SUV.
Carlson banged on the rear fender of the Audi in an attempt to get a response from the driver, but the car drove away.
He then looked inside his car and noticed the keys were missing.
Moments later, a group of people emerged from the studio entrance.
Carlson then began to film at the scene. It was then that a man who appeared to be R. Kelly got into the waiting Jeep Wrangler.
At least one more person climbed into the Jeep before it drove away.
The man in the Audi SUV drove away. The Atlanta reporters filed a police report
The incident occurred outside of the same Chicago studio where R. Kelly allegedly kept some of the women he is accused of sexually abusing. An unidentified man is seen entering the studio
The two television news employees called the police and filed a report about the stolen keys.
No arrests have been made thus far.
R. Kelly’s lawyer, Steve Greenberg, denied that his client had anything to do with the theft.
‘These guys are out there and someone stole their key fob,’ Greenberg told ABC7.
‘They probably just lost it themselves and are looking for a cover story, but they think someone stole their key fob.
‘How does that have anything to do with Mr. Kelly?’
The incident occurred outside of the same Chicago studio where R. Kelly allegedly kept some of the women he is accused of sexually abusing.
Last month, members of the Chicago Fire Department and city building inspectors raided the studio. Kelly was ultimately cited for multiple building code violations, including evidence of individuals living in the non-residential building
The singer is being investigated in Atlanta and Chicago in the wake of a six-part docuseries which aired on cable channel Lifetime detailing an alleged ‘sex cult.’
The six-hour documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which aired earlier this month last month, includes allegations from multiple women who accuse Kelly of sexual misconduct.
Kelly, 52, the Chicago singer and record producer best known for his hit song I Believe I Can Fly, has for years denied accusations of abuse, including those made in the new documentary.
Steve Greenberg, an attorney for Kelly, said in an interview on Friday that there was no evidence to support the accusations contained in the documentary, calling it a ‘for-profit hit piece full of falsities, full of mistakes.’
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