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Fans of R. Kelly charged with intimidating the prosecutor prior to the singer's decision

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New York — A man in Illinois was arrested on charges of threatening a prosecutor who had won R. Kelly's conviction on sexual trafficking, a federal prosecutor in Brooklyn said Monday. The ruling mentioned two days before the singer.

Christopher Gunn, 39, live-streamed a video on YouTube last October, showing photos of a U.S. law firm in Brooklyn, and three female prosecutors who led the Kelly trial. It is said that he was nominated.

According to court filings from a Homeland Security representative, "we are going to attack their (original) office," Gunn said in a video. The video shows the shooting scene of the movie "Boys N The Hood".

A quote from Block Inc's mobile payment application CashApp, agent Ryan Chabot also said Gunn had sold 30 ammunition related to this issue around June 1. I did.

Chabot said another CashApp user paid Gunn "30 rounds .. Free R Kelly" last August.

"#TheEnterprise I have a place to link during the trial," Chabot quoted Gunn as posting on June 24, and the message is where Gunn is for R. Kelly's supporters. Said suggesting that he found. Gather during the judgment.

It was not possible to immediately identify a cancer lawyer.

Gunn was arrested on Saturday and ordered to be detained unsecured in Chicago Federal Court on Monday until another hearing was held on Wednesday. He could then be handed over to Brooklyn.

Kelly, 55, was convicted last September for seducing a woman and a minor girl into sex.

The five-and-a-half-week trial amplified the accusations that have plagued the "I Believe I Can Fly" singer since the early 2000s.

The prosecutor wants Judge Ann Donnelly of the US District Court to sentence Kelly to more than 25 years in prison.

Kelly (whose real name is Robert Sylvester Kelly) has repeatedly denied her allegations of sexual abuse.

(Report by Luc Cohen in New York, edited by Lisa Shumaker)