Singer R Kelly is being criminally investigated following a documentary which detailed accounts of his alleged physical and emotional abuse of women.
According to sources, the Fulton County District Attorney has been actively investigating R. Kelly and a mansion he previously owned in Johns Creek, GA.
We’re told alleged victim Asante McGee has interviewed with officials and provided her eyewitness account into her time spent with R. Kelly at the Georgia mansion.
During “Surviving R. Kelly,” the Johns Creek home was featured when McGee walked through the property and discussed seeing women held against their will.
We’re told, since the airing of “Surviving R. Kelly,” alleged sex slave Joycelyn Savage has been contacted by the Fulton County D.A. and ordered to come in for questioning related to her time with the singer. Our sources say the Savage family has been cooperating fully with the investigation.
Our sources say one of the charges on the table for the “Ignition” singer is false imprisonment, and the D.A. has already spoken with at least one other alleged victim as they build a case.
23-year-old Joycelyn Savage has maintained that she’s with Kelly of her own free will, however, her parents and friends believe she has been brainwashed by the R&B singer.
Since then journalist Jim DeRogatis said he had interviewed nearly two dozen women who claimed Kelly, 52, s-xually abused them.