Chicago prosecutors want any victims of R. Kelly to call them NOW.
State Attorney Kim Foxx is urging victims to come forward. She wants families of victims to contact officers after being “sickened” by what she saw on “Surviving R. Kelly.”
At least one of his alleged victims and families of two other victims spoke last night, saying they plan to present Chicago prosecutors with what they believe is sufficient evidence to prosecute R. Kelly for sexual abuse and other crimes.
We're told a family member of one of the alleged victims was the leader on the efforts, and he will put together an evidence packet.
As for the two women who are still living with R. Kelly -- Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary -- we're hearing they are hiring lawyers in an attempt to stop their parents from their efforts to reclaim their daughters and get them out of the singer's house.
The parents have been leading the charge against R. Kelly and believe he's brainwashed their daughters.