It's official - R. Kelly has been indicted and a Cook County judge has issued a no-bail arrest warrant for the musician who is being indicted on charges that span from 1998 to 2010.

Charges will be announced later today and Kelly is set to appear in court on March 8th.

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TL;DR A no-bail arrest warrant has officially been issued for R. Kelly. Here are the best reactions to the long-awaited news.

If you watched the docuseries Surviving R. Kelly then you are aware of the horrific stories that many of Kelly's victims lived through.

I have no desire to go into the details here and now. Instead, let's be happy that this man is finally going to face the justice he deserves.

I am clearly not the only one who is beyond ecstatic that this is finally happening because it has been decades in the making.

Of the new evidence that was shown to the grand jury, a video has been submitted as evidence that allegedly involves a 14-year-old girl.

There is no question that the docuseries has played a huge part in this new development.

The women who were a part of the documentary series should be beyond proud of themselves for coming forward, being so brave and forcing the world to take notice.

After being acquitted in 2008, it looks like R. Kelly's victims might finally see some justice. 

Here are some of the best, most amazing, uplifting and joyful reactions to the news that this horrible and disgusting man may finally see the karma he deserves...

Currently, there is no official number of charges being filed against the 52-year old singer, though many reports are saying that there are at least 10.

The majority, if not all of these charges are involving underage victims.

These charges come after the submission of new video evidence. 

While it's hard not to celebrate this breakthrough, there was alleged video evidence the last time Kelly was arrested in 2008. In that case, though, the evidence was insufficient because both Kelly and the alleged victim denied that they were in the video.

While Kelly continues to deny any allegations of this nature, this new video evidence was submitted by the victim, eliminating the possibility that both parties could deny involvement.

Kelly's claim is that he has never "knowingly" been involved with underage women. However, in addition to claims of having sex with underage women, the BBC docuseries Surviving R. Kelly alleges that Kelly has developed a "sex cult" that involves grooming women and then holding them, essentially as prisoners.

In addition to the allegations above, Kelly has also reportedly infected numerous women with herpes, which could result in further charges for failure to disclose his having the diseases before engaging in sexual acts.

We can only hope that this trial is quick and severe on Kelly.


More details about the indictment below.

Kelly will face a judge in two weeks.



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