R. Kelly has been found guilty of all counts of racketeering in his federal sex trafficking case. After deliberating for two days, a Brooklyn jury of seven men and five women convicted the singer on all nine of the felony charges, the New York Times reports.
The singer faces 10-30 years in prison. Kelly faced federal counts of human trafficking, racketeering, child pornography, kidnapping, and forced labor of underage girls. He was also charged with violating the Mann Act, a law that bars transporting a person across state lines for prostitution. Kelly pleaded not guilty and denied all of the accusations.
Sentencing will take place in May 2022.
The Times reported
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