Over 50 interviews have been conducted with Kelly's victims.
Lifetime's R. Kelly docuseries has finally revealed its official trailer for the six-hour special that will be aired in three parts starting January 3rd at 9 PM. Surviving R. Kelly will highlight the multiple women who have accused Kelly of sexual, mental and physical abuse. “There’s a difference between R. Kelly and Robert. R. Kelly’s this fun, laughing, loving guy,” a woman narrates in the clip. “But Robert…is the devil.”
The series includes over 50 interviews of different women and will have bits by John Legend, R&B artist Sparkle, Wendy Williams, and civil rights activist Tarana Burke.
“Some very brave black women have trusted us with their stories, their truth and their trauma,” executive producer Dream Hampton said in a statement. “They are survivors, and I’m honoured to share their stories with the world.”
R. Kelly has continued to deny all accusations against his name. Check out the official trailer below.
In other R. Kelly news, parents of Kelly's victims have created an R. Kelly hotline for women who have ever experienced domestic abuse, violence or a criminal encounter with Kelly. Check out more information here.