Brooklyn prosecutors are asking the judge in R. Kelly’s sex crimes case to keep the “sensitive information” including financial and medical records, sealed to expedite proceedings. Federal investigators said they have not turned over Kelly’s records.
As previously reported, Kelly is accused of racketeering and the sexual exploitation of children. It is alleged that he sexually exploited at least five girls and women since 1999 in Illinois, California, New York, Connecticut, and other states.
According to Page Six, he made the women call him “Daddy” and wouldn’t let them eat or leave the room until he gave them permission. He was also accused of giving a sexually transmitted disease to at least one of the women.
Kelly is also facing sex crime charges in Chicago and Minneapolis.