R. Kelly will not be charged for an alleged crime that took place in Dallas.
Greenberg explained that he and Kelly "have not looked at all of the women" that appeared in the documentary, adding that "all that matters is that whatever any of them are saying did not happen".
Justine St., many shared their own personal stories of survivors and called for an end to the "Ignition" singer's career, while another group of R. Kelly supporters confronted the protesters.More news: Commons plot to seize control from Theresa May ahead of Brexit vote
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Watts went on to say to the newspaper that he and the rest of the executives decided it would be best to cut ties with R. Kelly due to the current political and cultural landscape, especially with the rise of the #MeToo movement. Kelly's estranged daughter, Joann Kelly, whose stage name is Buku Abi, called him a "monster" in a post on Instagram on Thursday, though she did not make any allegations. The Cook County state attorney's office said at least two women have since come forward alleging inappropriate conduct by Kelly in 2002 at the warehouse and a home on the South Side in the mid-1980s.
Lifetime representatives did not respond to requests for comment on Greenberg's remarks.
"The police found nothing because there's nothing wrong", he said. Kelly, one of the top-selling recording artists of all time, has been hounded for years by allegations of sexual misconduct involving women and underage girls _ accusations he and his attorneys have long denied. Kelly, whose given name is Robert Sylvester Kelly, was acquitted in 2008 on charges of videotaping himself having sex with a girl who prosecutors allege was as young as 13. "I think Mr. Kelly should live his life however he wants to live his life", he said.