Executive produced by Dream Hampton, the docu-series "Surviving R. Kelly" detailed accounts from people in Kelly's circle, including the singer's brother, Bruce, who said Kelly had a "preference" for young women and singer Sparkle (the aunt of the 14-year-old in the sex tape) who testified against him in court.
R. Kelly is now under criminal investigation.
Currently, two women who were subjects in the documentary, Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, are said to still be living with R. Kelly.
Kelly has repeatedly denied the allegations.
"It is our job here at the Cook County State's Attorney's office to investigate claims in the interest of justice and public safety". "Her family is encouraged by the investigation, but they will be happy once they get to see their daughter", Gerald Griggs, Savage's family attorney, said in a statement.
Guardian reports that Chicago prosecutor Kimberly Foxx has urged potential victims of the singer to come forward and report their abuse.
Foxx said that as a survivor of sexual assault herself, she was "sickened by the allegations". Griggs said Fulton County investigators "haven't confirmed or denied an investigation".
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The father told WTSP that another daughter visited Azriel at Kelly's and allegedly noticed bruises on her body.
Kelly has not commented on the latest allegations made in the series but his attorney said the allegations are false, calling this another round of stories.
Foxx's call to gather information surrounding the embattled R&B singer stems from the six-part Lifetime series, Surviving R. Kelly, which took an in-depth look at the decades long accusations surrounding the singer, where several Black women told stories of the abuse and manipulation they experienced over the course of the past 25 years.
"No one has ever seen any evidence of it", he said.
Contact information for Russell could not be immediately found.
James Mason was cited in an incident report for threatening Joycelyn Savage's father, Timothy. His albums continued to top charts while he was on trial for child pornography, and many of his hit songs, like "I Believe I Can Fly" and "Ignition (Remix)", are still played widely.