The Chicago singer has reportedly been in a “depressed meltdown” the past few days as well.
Despite maintaining his innocence, R. Kelly thinks he’s got no chance to win his trial. Sources of the “Ignition” singer told TMZ that Kellz fears that he won’t get a fair trial following the aftermath of his Lifetime documentary "Surviving R. Kelly," and the nonstop coverage. He and his camp believe that everyone and their mothers have heard about these damaging stories, especially in Chicagoland area.
One source said, "There isn't a person in Cook County who hasn't heard all the hateful things said about him.”
Kellz reportedly believes that even if he shows the evidence proving his innocence, the jury will still find him guilty. With that, the Chicago singer has been in a depressed meltdown for days, moving on from his initial panic attacks.
This news comes hours after R. Kelly turned himself into the Chicago police Friday night after he was being charged on 10 accounts of sexual abuse. There are a total of 4 alleged victims, 3 of which are underage.
We’ll continue to keep you posted with Kellz moving forward.