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Women living with R. Kelly expected to attend his sex crimes hearing

CBS News Tuesday, 16 July 2019
Singer R. Kelly is due in court Tuesday in connection with sex crimes charges. Last week, federal prosecutors charged Kelly with new crimes, including paying off alleged victims and child pornography. Adriana Diaz reports.
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News video: Parents: Sex crimes suspect worked at two day cares

Parents: Sex crimes suspect worked at two day cares 02:31

As the investigation continues into alleged sex crimes at Little Learner, a day care in Lee's Summit, concerned parents told 41 Action News that the suspect didn't work at just one day care facility.

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