Members of the alleged victims' families are involved in the series.
A Lifetime documentary series will investigate the alleged abusive sex cult organized by R. Kelly, TMZ Reports. Tim Savage, father of Jocelyn Savage, who he claimed was being held captive by the singer last year, though she denied it, will be participating in the doc. He says that there are three families involved, including Michelle Gardner and Angelo Clary, both relatives of alleged victims. Gardner reportedly found her daughter Dominique and was able to bring her home. Clary is still hoping to do the same with his daughter Azriel, who he claims met the singer at 17 before moving in with him. Earlier this month, two women detailed the abusive relationships they had with Kelly as part of the cult.
Lifetime is also reportedly working on a movie related to R. Kelly in addition to the doc, though details are not yet known.
R. Kelly has recently faced consequences for his actions from Spotify. The streaming service made a decision to remove the singer, along with other artists with a history of abuse, from official playlists. Shortly thereafter, it was reported that both Apple Music and Pandora were no longer promoting Kelly's music either. R. Kelly's management opposed the decision in a statement released earlier this month.