It looks like the judge bought the Illiterate Defense and vacated the default judgement; which now means he can fight the lawsuit on its merits.
The new R. Kelly, special features journalists, activists, criminal justice attorneys and mental health professionals tracking the conversations about abuse that have surfaced since the show aired.
Federal investigators are looking to solidify the case against R. Kelly by exhausting all possible avenues in order to achieve that end.
Attorneys for R. Kelly, claims that he “suffers from a learning disability that adversely affects his ability to read,” and Kelly couldn’t determine what the documents he was served were about.
After failing to show up to court, R. Kelly lost a civil lawsuit by default earlier this week against a woman who alleges the R&B singer sexually abused her as a teenager.
R. Kelly has not paid his ex-wife any child support since being released from jail for missing years of payments and may now end up back behind bars.
The authorities are closing in on R. Kelly’s circle as prosecutors are looking to pinpoint their involvement in the singer’s alleged sex trafficking ring.
Sony Music Holdings recently received a subpoena from the landlord, Midwest Commercial Funding, and as a result, the label froze $264,535 in the singer’s song royalty account.
R. Kelly made a paid appearance early Sunday at a club in Illinois’, but the fans who shelled out $50 to $100 for tickets got only a 28-second performance.
R. Kelly pleas with the media as he tries to build up his bank account with his first paid event, since he has been charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.