Let's be honest here. How many of you saw this coming. It seems after Lifetime aired the documentary, Surviving R. Kelly, investigators are now looking to investigate the singer. According to TMZ, sources say the Fulton Country District Attorney's Office in Georgia, opened an investigation into the allegations made against R. Kelly. From the things that were in the documentary and hearing the stories from some of the women talking about what they endured while living in his Atlanta home, investigators are asking the women to come forward. Investigators even reached out to Asante McGee, who said she also lived in the Atlanta home, until she had enough of R. Kelly's abuse. Also according to TMZ, the attorney for Joycelyn Savage's family was contacted by Chief Investigator Cynthia Nwokocha and has been fully cooperating. Investigators want more of the women to come forward to tell what may have happened in the Atlanta home. Meanwhile, there are a few Chicago families who plan to go to prosecutors with what they believe is evidence to prosecute R. Kelly for sexual abuse.
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