If you’ve been following R. Kelly’s case for the past few months, you know that the legendary former R&B interpreter has been constantly trying to get out of prison due to the coronavirus pandemic that has affected some penitentiaries across the United States. United. .
Today, Page Six resumed a decision from a Brooklyn federal judge who said that R. Kelly would not be allowed to serve the rest of his sentence at home in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In case you missed it, this is the third time that Kelly has asked to be released from prison. Judge Denies R. Kelly’s Third Attempt To Flee From Prison Due To COVID-19 Concerns
To date, the justice system has determined that Mr. Kelly is too risky to flee and should not be allowed out of prison. In addition, his crimes, many of which were sexual in nature, played a role in the judge’s repeated decisions to keep the former artist behind bars.
As you probably already know, Kelly has been accused of using her power and influence in the music industry to trap young girls and women in sex. Many of them were minors at the time of his meeting.
The Page Six report states that Kelly and his lawyer argue that he is now a pre-diabetic, and if he is not released, he could die in prison if he contracts the coronavirus. In her decision, Justice Ann Donnelly wrote that a diagnosis of pre-diabetes was not a good reason to let him go out.