CHICAGO —- (WGN) -- Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx held a press conference Tuesday after explosive allegations about singer R. Kelly aired in a new Lifetime docuseries.
She said she has gotten calls from not just the media, but from families around the Chicago area looking for loved ones who they believe may be in the company of Kelly. She stressed that no new criminal charges are being announced but she wants anyone who may be a victim to come forward.
Foxx's press conference comes just after authorities in Georgia announced a criminal investigation.
"Sources connected to the case tell us the Fulton County District Attorney's Office has opened an investigation into allegations made against the singer in (the docuseries) "Surviving R. Kelly," TMZ reported Tuesday.