R. Kelly To Receive Sexual Disorder Therapy & Can’t Have Any Contact W/ Minors Upon Release From 30 Year Prison Sentence
R. Kelly has to deal with more than just a 30-year prison sentence.
On Wednesday (June 29) in a New York courtroom, R. Kelly was sentenced to three decades in prison after being found guilty of all counts of racketeering and sex trafficking. R. Kelly was ordered to pay a fine of $100,000 and Judge Ann Donnelly also ordered R. Kelly, 55, to receive mental health treatment upon his release. Legal documents indicate the singer will get therapy for a sexual disorder and he may have no contact with individuals under the age of 18.
Judge Ann Donnelly said,
“These crimes were calculated and carefully planned and regularly executed for almost 25 years. You taught them that love is enslavement and violence.
R. Kelly, born Robert Kelly, will only be allowed to be in the presence of someone under the age of 18 if it is a family member or if they’re in a therapeutic environment with a “responsible adult” present. This ruling was also put into place because R. Kelly is now a convicted sex offender.
As previously reported, R. Kelly has been behind bars since July 2019 after being convicted of racketeering and eight counts of violating the Mann Act.
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