Investigators' quieries come as the Lifetime series adds a new dimension to the sexual abuse allegations Kelly has faced for the better part of his almost 30-year career.
Representatives for R. Kelly have been pushing back against the claims, with the singer's Chicago attorney, Steve Greenberg, telling WGN-TV of the docuseries: "There are no underage women, there is no sex cult, it's all some reality TV made up story".
Kelly broke into the R&B scene in 1993 with his first solo album, "12 Play", which yielded such popular sex-themed songs as "Bump N' Grind" and "Your Body's Callin'".
Pressure is on authorities in Florida as well, after Angelo Clary, who has alleged that his daughter Azriel Clary is being held captive by Kelly, publicly pushed for them to follow Fulton County's lead. Rather, he was acquitted on child pornography charges in 2008.
By some freaky coincidence (or not!) Donnel Russell was the name that appeared in a police report filed by the father of Joycelyn Savage, a young woman that helped form the basis of the "R. Kelly sex cult allegations", tabled a year ago.
Law enforcement sources tell the website they responded to the call, but left after determining that there was no arrest warrant for the singer.
Rapper R. Kelly is now being evicted from his music studio in Chicago, according to a report Thursday.
Prosecutors in Atlanta also are looking into sexual abuse allegations against Kelly.
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Some things are left out of your hands. "I would want to make sure the production is a great representation of me and my talent". I'm not saying how I've changed anymore ... 'You can't change without a understanding of what GROWTH means'.
Both Kelly and the girl denied they were the ones in the video, even though the quality of the video was good and multiple witnesses at trial testified it was clearly them.
"We're hoping the D.A. from Chicago and the D.A. from Georgia will step up and do their job", said father Timothy Savage. The singer has also denied all allegations of sexual misconduct.
One woman, who's originally from Georgia, said that Kelly engaged in inappropriate conduct with her at his rented warehouse/studio space in 2002.
The chips are falling for R. Kelly and his team. The Savages claim they have not seen their daughter in two years. Numerous girls were underage at the time and those who were over 18 were just barely. "Robert said, 'Man we got Aaliyah in trouble, '" Smith recalled.
According to Foxx, the families of two missing women have contacted her office with information concerning R. Kelly.
As it stands, Kelly has yet to speak to the allegations since the documentary has aired.
Tandra Simonton, a spokeswoman for the state's attorney's office, would not say how many calls related to R. Kelly have been received since Foxx's plea.