R. Kelly Was Reportedly Almost Killed In Jail - Check Out The Details

R. Kelly Was Reportedly Almost Killed In Jail - Check Out The Details
Credit: Chicago Tribune

It's been revealed that R.Kelly was almost killed in jail and you can check out the available details. The Shade Room knows more about what happened.

You're probably aware of the fact that Kelly continues to serve his time behind bars.

'Recently it was reported that he was attacked in his cell due to all of the protesters outside of the jail, causing it to be placed on lockdown,' TSR notes and it seems that more details have now become available.

TSR quotes Page Six and notes that according to the court records, it seems that the inmate that attacked R. Kelly has the works 'F*ck The Feds,' tattooed on his face and he tried to stab the singer with an ink pen.

Kelly’s attorney Steven Greenberg noted that he was sleeping in his cell recently and a violent inmate snuck in and started 'stomping on [Kelly’s] head, repeatedly.'

It's been also alleged that the inmate had 'an ink pen with him that he was going to use to stab Mr. Kelly,' but it seems that he was grabbed by others and he did not get through with his plan.

Greenberg continued and stated: 'This is an inmate that never should have been anywhere near Mr. Kelly, an individual who is charged with the most violent of crimes, and one who plainly has no respect for the rules, he has the phrase ‘Fu** The Feds’ tattooed on his face.'

People are obviously not showing any kind of support for Kelly.

Someone said: 'Damn Kelly going thru it 🤷🏾‍♂️ welp that’s what happens when you touch lil girls.'

A commenter wrote: 'He just needs to be put in confinement at this point.'

Back in August, it's been revealed that R. Kelly ‘s manager was taken into police custody for allegedly threatening a Manhattan theater owner regarding its content.

Page Six says the theater was screening  Surviving R. Kelly  from Lifetime.

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