Facebook Shuts Down Page ‘Exposing’ The Singer’s Accusers — SurvivingRKelly

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"They feature women who described being controlled or abused by him, often when they were teenagers, as well as associates and relatives of the singer".

During the explosive documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which aired on Lifetime last week, Andrea detailed years of abuse during her life with the R&B superstar - experiences that she says drove her to contemplate taking her own life.

According to TMZ Kelly is now being investigated as women who featured in the show are approached by staff from the Fulton County District Attorney's Office in Georgia.

R Kelly performs at Little Caesars Arena in 2018.

All three hours were trending on social media every night that they aired causing discussion among fans and colleagues alike.

As it was reported yesterday, Chrissy's husband, John Legend, made an appearence in the documentary and spoke about Kelly's supposed transgressions. Facebook removed the page entirely, shortly after it went up. " Sources close to Kelly tell TMZ that he and his team are in the middle of launching the website which will be an attempt to not only expose his accusers and reveal their true motivations behind their allegations but also to clear his name".

- Ryan Mac (@RMac18) January 7, 2019For now ... there's a Facebook page dedicated to the new cause - the site itself is not live yet as of this post.

Express.co.uk has contacted R Kelly's representatives for comment about the claims.

The page claimed that McGee was working with the parents of Jocelyn Savage (who believe their daughter is now living as one of R. Kelly's alleged sex slaves), as a means to extort money from the artist.

The docu-series sheds light on the sexual abuse and rape allegations that have long plagued the 51-year-old "I Believe I Can Fly" singer. Kelly's accusers are all women of color, many of whom were minors at the time.

These interviews are intercut with commentary from colleagues, associates, family members, music industry insiders and journalists, and trauma experts, who collectively provide a chronological narration that follows Kelly from his childhood into the present.

He later apologised for the quotes, saying they were taken out of context and explaining that the focus should be on the fact that those young black victims were never cared for.