R. Kelly's landmark studio in Chicago is presently up on the market. Amid the felony investigation into the "I Admit" singer and the dialog surrounding Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly docuseries, the corporate liable for promoting the property is receiving quite a few demise threats.
According to a report from The Blast (Jan. 10), realtor James Hodur, who’s working to promote the studio featured within the disturbing docuseries, has reported a number of cases of callers issuing demise threats in the direction of him and his household as a result of they suppose he's engaged on behalf of Kelly. The studio in query is the place Kelly allegedly recorded the notorious intercourse tape. It’s additionally supposedly the place he introduced in members of his rumored intercourse cult after sexually assaulting them.
“We know the place you might be, and we’re going to kill you," stated one caller.
In different express threats, callers have gone so far as to threaten to kidnap Hodur's household and maintain them hostage "to see the way it feels" to the realtor. After the risk on his household, Hodur referred to as the police to step in and try and find the suspect(s).
Clearly, the studio has been underneath heavy scrutiny after Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly made its tv debut. However, the veteran R&B singer reportedly didn’t make his lease funds so he's presently being evicted from the property. Earlier this week, Kelly's authorized staff made a take care of the homeowners of the constructing to provide the singer two weeks to pay greater than $80,000, or he can be eliminated by the sheriffs.