R. Kelly’s Not Allowed To Visit His "Recording Studio" As Frequently Following Docuseries


New studies from Page Six  element how R. Kelly‘s “recording studio” is now not his go-to spot after the scrutiny it obtained within the Surviving R. Kelly documentary. The warehouse location was allegedly not only a studio however relatively a spot the disgraced singer would take younger ladies. “It seems like individuals are dwelling there, and that’s not good,” Cook County Judge Patrice Ball-Reed said

According to the publication the choose reviewed pictures of the warehouse that confirmed defective stairs, crumbling partitions and hearth hazards which implies R. Kelly can solely use the property for work functions between 9 AM and 5 PM. The “Ignition” singer just isn’t allowed to make use of the second ground of the warehouse since it has been labeled as harmful. 

“This is an issue the town wants to handle rapidly,” metropolis legal professional Greg Janes stated in a criticism filed Tuesday. “We consider it’s imminently harmful.”

Residents who dwell close to the studio have detailed how they have been witness to a number of the visitors R. Kelly would deliver to the studio. “[I’ve] seen youthful ladies in entrance of the constructing, again of the constructing,” Jim Lewis, who works close by advised the publication. “After his final incident a couple of yr in the past he did just a little spring cleansing; there have been mattresses within the alley, packing containers of girls’s sneakers.”