R. Kelly

A federal judge handed the singer a 20-year prison sentence, but most will be served simultaneously with his 30-year sentence imposed last year.
Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx's decision followed federal convictions in two courts that ensure the disgraced musician will long be locked up.
Donnell Russell, the singer's former manager, will serve a year in federal prison for calling in a threat to halt a screening of a damning documentary about the R&B star.
A federal jury has convicted the R&B star of child pornography and enticement charges in his hometown of Chicago.
The defense for R. Kelly and two co-defendants has rested at the R&B singer’s trial on charges of trial-fixing, child pornography and enticing minors for sex.
Derrell McDavid’s testimony could be a major blow to the R&B singer's hope of acquittal.
Prosecutors rested their case against the singer, who stands accused of producing child sexual abuse videos in his latest trial.
Prosecutors say the video shows the R&B star sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl.
Asked how many times they had sex before she turned 18, she answered quietly: “Uncountable times. … Hundreds.”
The R&B singer faces charges that he rigged his 2008 state child pornography trial.