Kelly in 2019. Photo: r
Prosecutors in R. Kelly’s Brooklyn federal-court trial are nearly done with their racketeering and sex-crimes case against the R&B singer. They have called 45 witnesses, 11 of whom are abuse accusers. Their last witness, psychologist Dawn Hughes, took the stand Friday afternoon to explain that victims of interpersonal violence may stay with and go back to their abusers — and that returning to one’s abuser doesn’t negate victimhood. Prosecutors finished their direct questioning of Hughes; the defense will start cross-examination Monday morning.
Although today marks the near conclusion of
→ Continue reading at Vulture