R Kelly Fears Danger in General Population, Prefers Solitary Confinement

R Kelly Fears Danger in General Population, Prefers Solitary Confinement

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JUNE 26: R&B singer R. Kelly (R) leaves the Leighton Criminal Courts Building following a hearing on June 26, 2019 in Chicago, Illinois. Prosecutors turned over to Kelly's defense team a DVD that alleges to show Kelly having sex with an underage girl in the 1990s. Kelly has been charged with multiple sex crimes involving four women, three of whom were underage at the time of the alleged encounters. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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R. Kelly is currently awaiting trial on federal sex-crime charges against underage girls. With the release of the docu-series, Surviving R. Kelly, those who did not know much about R. Kelly were hit with a reality check. Those who had heard of the atrocities he had committed, were assured of his crimes.

Now, R Kelly is locked up behind bars and is happily accepting his place in solitary confinement. It is reported that he fears for his life in general population, and wishes to remain in solitary confinement despite the additional hardships.

Prisoners in general population have constant access to the phone, but Kelly will only have 15 minutes per month to talk to family and friends. In addition to this, he will have no TV or internet access, and because he is illiterate, he can’t even read or write.

Kelly is awaiting trial on a 13-count indictment involving charges that include child porn, enticement of a minor to engage in criminal sexual activity and obstruction of justice.


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