R. Kelly May Face Investigation Following Lifetime Series

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She appeared in the Lifetime documentary "Surviving R. Kelly".

For his part, R.Kelly had denied all the claims made against him and is reportedly considering legal action against the producers. Before the series aired, Kelly and his lawyers had dismissed the accusations and threatened to sue Lifetime.

Kelly did more than just step in the name of love at his birthday celebration party in Chicago.

Foxx called a press conference to make it known that she is willing to look into opening an investigation, but needs the unknown accusers and their families to come forward. New reports claim local police hit up a nightclub in response to a call about a warrant for his arrest.

Meanwhile, in Illinois, Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx requested that anyone who believes they have experienced abuse by Kelly to reach out to her office.

TMZ reported that police received a call informing them that Kelly was at the club and there was a warrant for his arrest, but after officers arrived at the venue and made contact with the singer, they were informed there actually was no warrant.

Steve Greenberg, Kelly's attorney, said in an emailed statement: "Mr. Kelly did not sexually abuse anybody, at anytime, not when he was in high school and not after".

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In the docuseries, Lisa spoke about meeting R. Kelly in Georgia when she was 17 and carrying on a relationship with him for years afterward.

Also in Chicago, according to WMAQ, police confirmed on Wednesday that they conducted a "business check" at Kelly's recording studio on the city's West Side but "have no criminal complaints from anyone about the location".

Foxx said that as a survivor of sexual assault herself, she was "sickened by the allegations".

Two women contacted the Sun-Times Wednesday and gave accounts of what they allegedly experienced at the hands of Kelly.

"No one has ever seen any evidence of it", he said. She has not, however, been in touch with Kelly.

In February 2002, a 27-minute video surfaced that showed a man purported to be Kelly engaged in sex acts involving an underage girl.

"Ten and a half years after he was found innocent (at trial of child pornography charges) and to fill reality TV time - someone comes up with another round of stories", he said.

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