Sisters of R. Kelly Feel That His 30-year sentence was rooted in racism

Sisters of R. Kelly Feel That His 30-year sentence was rooted in racism ...

Robert Sylvester Kellyis, a racial surrogate, was released on Wednesday (July 27), just days before his federal trial in Chicago on charges of producing child pornography and luring minors into sex acts. Cassandra, Theresa, and Lisa Kellys sisters believe his sentencing is rooted in racism and explained their viewpoint on Good Morning Britain in a televised interview.

Cassandra explained to North American correspondent Noel Phillips that African-Americans have always been treated unfairly.

According to the sisters, Robert does not have to hold anyone hostage. Women come to him. Furthermore, they said that many of the alleged victims are bitter. From her point of view, the only victim is her brother.

Kelly's lawyers have argued that his childhood trauma sparked his hypersexual behavior, and that his older sister, Theresa, sexually molested him and his brothers for years since he was six years old. His legal team also tried to dispel his sexual depravity, accusing his ex-wife Andrea Drea Kelly of causing him to suffocate.

Lisa admitted that Kelly was exploited in the sit-down interview, but she did not go into further detail.

Donnell Russell, Kellys management assistant, is accused of attempting to intimidateone of Kelly's alleged victims and was convicted of phoning in a gunfire threat during the screening of Surviving R. Kelly in November. He will be sentenced to up to five years in prison in both instances.

Above, see Cassandra, Theresa, and Lisa's Good Morning Britain interview.

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