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R. Kelly continues to monitor suicide "for his own safety," the Federal Reserve says.

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R. Kelly appears during a hearing at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse in Chicago, Sept. 17, 2019.
R. Kelly hears at Leighton Criminal Court in Chicago on September 17, 2019. Appears inside. Photo courtesy of Antonio Perez/Related Press

New York — Federal officials said last week after a judge sentenced him to 30 years in prison, he was put on suicide surveillance in the form of punishment. Pushing back Kelly's claim. Behind the bar to use his fame to sexually abuse a young girl.

Brooklyn's US lawyer's office filed court documents late Saturday, and after a psychological evaluation, the shameful R&B superstar said, "For my own safety. "He said he is continuing to monitor suicides.

Kelly's "current living environment definitely causes emotional distress," US lawyer Assistant Melanie Spite wrote in court documents.

"He was a convicted sex offender and he was sentenced to spend the next 30 years in prison," she added. "In the near future, he will face another federal criminal trial in Chicago on charges related to child pornography."

Kelly's lawyer filed a lawsuit on Friday and prison officials detained Brooklyn's Metropolitan. Claimed to put him in suicide surveillance at the center. He hurt himself.

"Nothing surprised Mr. Kelly during the decision," lawyer Jennifer Bonjan wrote in a lawsuit. "The conditions for suicide monitoring may be appropriate for individuals who are really at risk of harming themselves, but under the 8th Amendment for individuals who have not committed suicide, they are cruel and unconstitutional."

Kelly, 55, did not make a statement and did not respond to his ruling, which included a $ 100,000 fine.

The Grammy Award-winning songwriter selling multi-platinum was convicted last year for racket and sex trafficking. He has denied his misconduct and he will sue his conviction.

The U.S. Prison Department is behind the bar while financialist Jeffrey Epstein is waiting for trial in 2019 on charges of sexually abusing a 14-year-old girl and a young woman in New York and Florida. Since he committed himself in Japan, he has been under close scrutiny. 2000s.

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