R. KellyThe latest pitch to be released pending his trial in federal federal court centers over his fears – like most Americans – is with COVID-19.
The singer’s disgraceful lawyer, Steven Greenberg, filed a motion on Thursday in which he explained the coronavirus had spread worldwide, and the health risks he believed he had faced while writing to the Chicago MCC . “No matter what steps they take to get the sanitation out of the way, there is a big risk of an internal MCC pandemic.”
Kelly said social mobility is almost impossible in prison, soap is only available to inmates who can afford to buy it from the commissioner – and not to mention sanitizer hands. He admitted that there was only one large bottle on the floor … but it was labeled, “STAFF JUST.”
He said it forced anyone to stay under conditions that “caused them to drink poison.”
Kelly wanted to release the bond, and said she was willing to put in electronic monitoring – even if she acknowledged that it really wasn’t necessary, because during the current pandemic she was a “low risk” to go outside. .
As for the part of where he lives – Kelly says he’ll be with his last girlfriend, Joycelyn Savage, in a Chicago apartment complex.
TMZ closes the story … Kelly’s legal team is barred from visiting her was in jail last week and it was all because of COVID-19’s tolerance. Kelly’s lawyers want to check her health while also discussing the strategy, given her constant upbringing legal fast.
In the new documents, Kelly explained that retaining his attorneys and other guests would not solve the problem of possible exposure … because there are always new inmates coming in.
As we reported … Kelly – currently behind bars in Illinois while she awaits her trial – was recently hit by a killed in new charges to federal prosecutors in NY. The new indictment concerns 2 new alleged victims, one of whom was not yet 18 when he admitted he had been dating the singer in 2015.
The charge includes charges of coercion and persuasion, coercion of a minor and transportation of a minor state lines. Kelly was also hit by new racketeering complaints including allegations that he used “force, threats of force, bodily restraint and threats of physical restraint.”