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Federal prosecutors hit R. Kelly with new criminal charges

Deseret News Sunday, 14 July 2019
Federal prosecutors in Chicago and New York hit R. Kelly with a pair of indictments that could lock up him for decades. The...
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New Criminal Charges Land R. Kelly Back in Jail The arrest comes after he was charged earlier this year with multiple counts of sexual abuse. According to prosecutors, three of his four alleged female victims were underage. Before his most recent arrest this week, the 52-year-old was out on bond....

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