R. Kelly was found guilty in a child pornography trial in Chicago
Singer R. Kelly was found guilty by a federal judge, o n multiple charges of sexual abuse and child pornography in Chicago
R. Kelly was found guilty on all six charges against her, including three counts of child pornography and three counts of enticement. A jury found the musician not guilty on one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice and three counts of pornography.
R. Kelly’s co-defendants included Derrel McDavid and Milton Brown. However, the jury returned a “not guilty” verdict for McDavid.
The musician’s manager, Derrel McDavid. McDavid was charged with conspiring with Kelly to set up the trial in 2008.
R. Kelly was facinf total 13 charges. The minimum punishment for a child pornography conviction is five years.
When a person has been sentenced more than once for the same crime, the court has the option of having them serve both sentences at the same time or having them be served consecutively.
Criminals found guilty of child pornography must serve at least 85 percent of their sentence.
It was clear from the evidence presented to a Chicago jury in June 2022 that the singer, songwriter, and music producer had taken advantage of his position to woo young, impressionable women.
Kelly intended to molest them sexually. They were also warned to keep quiet about the incident in court.
Kelly was found guilty and given a 30-year prison term to make up for the terrible damage he caused to the girls.
Attorneys for Kelly claimed in court papers that their client “experienced a traumatic childhood that included severe and prolonged childhood sexual abuse, poverty, and violence.”