R. Kelly has been required to hand over private medical records and Uber statements to prosecutors.
The prosecutors are gathering evidence against the disgraced singer and according to legal documentation, seen by unCrazed, they are informing the judge of all evidence they have against R. Kelly for his criminal case.
Most records that have been obtained by the New York prosecutors are from years ago, with a travel record for a limousine company dating back to 2015.
All of R. Kelly’s financial records from his businesses and entertainment companies are also in the hands of prosecutors; including credit card statements and medical records.
An alleged victim, known as Jane Doe, has provided prosecutors with all “text messages, pictures, emails, and audio recordings.” — with hotel records and birth certificates for the alleged victims reviewed.
On Thursday, R. Kelly was a no-show at court, with the Cook County Assistant State’s Attorney, Jennifer Gonzalez, saying he “refused transport” from the federal lockup in Chicago — she said, “The defendant was to be brought to court today.
That was all worked out. The sheriffs were going to be bringing him over … As I understand it, he refused transport and so that is why the defendant is not before your honour today.”
According to Steve Greenberg, R. Kelly’s attorney, the “refused transport” element was “not 100% true” saying, “I don’t want to discuss matters that I discussed with the U.S. Marshals Service in open court. Suffice it to say, the Marshal Service says that moving Mr. Kelly is a large undertaking.”
His next hearing will take place on September 17, 2019 with the judge saying he needs to attend.
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