It’s good thing Facebook took down R. Kelly’s retaliation page. He won’t have time to maintain it because he’ll be too busy fighting his own situation. The Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney’s Office has opened an investigation into allegations made against Kelly in the Lifetime docuseries, “Surviving R. Kelly.” Investigators have been reaching out to several survivors, including Asante McGee – the woman who allegedly escaped R’s home and whom he was trying to discredit on Facebook.
Authorities are also looking for contact info for the other women who lived in Kelz’s Atlanta home or for those who have direct knowledge of what happened in the home.
Meanwhile, Cook County, Illinois State’s Attorney Kim Foxx wants any possible victims of sexual assault or domestic violence by Kelly to contact her office or their local police department so their claims can be investigated. “Please come forward,” Foxx said in press conference yesterday. “We cannot do this without you.”
- ONE MORE THING! Police are also looking into alleged threats made by R. Kelly’s manager, Don Russell. Apparently he contacted Joycelyn Savage’s father, Timothy, right before “Surviving” premiered to say that if the family continued to participate with the show, he’d be forced to put out information that would “ruin him, his reputation, businesses, and family” because it would expose him as a liar. Joycelyn is still living under R. Kelly’s control.