R. Kelly juror faces panic attack in Chicago trial after prosecution closing argument
R. Kelly

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R. Kelly has a history of abuse allegations

Back in 2008, Kelly and Derrel McDavid were charged and faced trial for allegations of child pornography, but Kelly managed to acquit himself by withholding video evidence and threatening witnesses. But this time around, that case was reopened on account that Kelly and McDavid fixed the previous trial.

R. Kelly faces 30 years of jail time, now a juror in the Chicago trial suffered a panic attack
R. Kelly already facing 30 years of prison time.

In New York, back in June itself, the Legs Shakin’ singer was sentenced to 30 years of imprisonment at Metropolitan Correctional Center, Chicago. The impending verdict in Chicago doesn’t seem like it will bring any respite for the singer as well.

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A closing argument that led to a panic attack?

During the court proceedings of the current R. Kelly trial in Chicago, a juror, a white female, suffered a panic attack following the prosecution’s closing argument and had to be helped out of the place. The attack happened during a break in the court proceedings on Monday. As reported by Jon Seidel, the judge shared that he was told that the juror in question “couldn’t last another minute” and therefore was excused by the judge.

Jurors in the Chicago trial have been exempted from watching Surviving R. Kelly to avoid prejudice against the singer
Jurors in the Chicago trial have been exempted from watching ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ to avoid prejudice against the singer

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