It's been confirmed, the two women who stepped forward with another round of R. Kelly allegations, did in fact, testify before a grand jury in Chicago before issuing their press conference. As reported, attorney Gloria Allred is representing the two women over an alleged incident that took place after an R. Kelly concert sometime in the past.

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According to TMZ, one of the two accusers even provided physical evidence when she stood before the grand jury. The very same sources have provided a loose "time and date" for the incident, somewhere between 2008 and 2010. The very nature of the material evidence hasn't been disclosed. The second woman who testified corroborated many of details that were rehashed on Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly, albeit with much less in the way of damning evidence (than her predecessor).

Another high-powered attorney named Michael Avenatti is the legal muscle behind the recent unearthing of yet another R.Kelly sex tape, which is essentially the raison d'être for the Cook County commission coming into fruition. The sex tape in question allegedly depicts R. Kelly committing a sexual act with a 14-year-old girl. So far, R. Kelly's legal team has responded to the claims, by feigning ignorance over the grand jury assembly, perhaps in an attempt to evade the issue until the ostensible "point of no return," if it ever comes to that.