Though Kelly feels "safer" in solitary confinement, his attorney fears it will be damaging to him.
At this point, it's safe to say that if you have had any engagement with the world wide web at all in the past year, then you probably know all about R. Kelly and the giant scandal that has especially come to surface during this past year. With the release of the docu-series Surviving R. Kelly, those who knew nothing about the disgraced RnB singer, got a shocking reality check, and those who have been casually following his controversies since his 2008 child pornography case (where he walked away a free man), became SURE of the atrocities he inflicted on young girls, and women alike. Less than a week ago, news arrived that Kelly had finally been arrested, on new sex crime charges, whilst he was casually out walking his dog. This came as bad news to some (mostly Kelly himself), good news to most (especially the family members of Kelly's present sex cult victims), but was probably not surprising to anyone. Now, locked up behind bars for the foreseeable future, TMZ reports that Kelly is happily accepting his place in solitary confinement, fearing the retaliation of fellow inmates.