Also, she requested that anyone who was a victim of the singer to come forward.
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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.
Rolling out brought you the story live as the "Surviving R. Kelly" documentary started to heat up over the weekend.
"Who makes their assessment of the evidence based on reality TV?" he said. This comes after news that Kelly is under criminal investigation in Georgia, that his manager is also under investigation, and that an arrest warrant is out for his former manager.
A BuzzFeed report published in 2017 from Chicago music critic Jim DeRogatis, who has investigated Kelly for more than a decade, renewed public interest in allegations against the musician.
In an incident report obtained by CNN, Timothy Savage stated that Mason said, "I'm gonna do harm to you and your family, when I see you I'm gonna get you, I'm going to f***ing kill you". It went on to say that Russell accused Savage of lying to Lifetime and said that if Savage continued to support the series, Russell and Kelly would be forced to release information that would show Savage was a liar and that would ruin him, his reputation, his business and his family.
Contact information for Russell could not be immediately found. The incident was passed on to a magistrate judge in Georgia, who responded by issuing a warrant against Mason for his "terroristic threats and acts" in July.
The singer has long since dodged conviction, getting acquited of charges of child pornography back in 2008.
Kelly won a Grammy in 1997 for "I Believe I Can Fly", and is known for such raunchy hits as "Bump N' Grind" and "Ignition".