This article was added by the user . TheWorldNews is not responsible for the content of the platform.

R. Kelly removed from suicide surveillance in Brooklyn lockup: Federal Government

Convicted sexual predator and former R&B superstar R. Kelly does not monitor suicide.

The singerof "I Believe I Can Fly" was placed under the restrictions of the Brooklyn Federal Prison, which was detained following last week's sentence.

He then filed a proceeding against theprison, claiming that the watch violated his constitutional rights and caused "serious mental distress."

In a court filed Tuesday morning, a federal prosecutor in Brooklyn said Kelly had been lifted from suicide surveillance in a metropolitan detention center and invalidated the proceedings. 

"Following the clinical evaluation, plaintiff Robert Sylvester Kelly, also known as" R. Kelly, was "removed from suicide surveillance on the morning of July 5, 2022," the prosecutor wrote. rice field.

Kelly's lawyer Jennifer Bonjan argued that it was disciplinary and unnecessary for her clients to be monitored.

R. Kelly
Getty Images
R. Kelly courtroom sketch

"Mr. Kelly was put on suicide surveillance for purely disciplinary reasons in violation of the rights of Article 8 of the Constitutional Amendment," Bonjan said last week. He said in a statement before the proceedings were filed. 

"MDC Brooklyn operates like Gulag. My partner and I spoke with Mr. Kelly following his ruling, he was mentally well. Yes, he only expressed concern that the MDC would put him in suicide surveillance, even if he did not commit suicide, "she added. 

Bonjan has vowed to continue the proceedings despite the prison office's decision to remove the disgraceful R&B legend from suicide surveillance. She said in an email on Tuesday. 

R. Kelly was sentenced to thirty years in prison for charges related to sexual abuse.
AFP via Getty Images

"As soon as BOP had to explain their decision, it was not surprising that they took him away and countered the motion. That's it. The proceedings will still go on, "she wrote. 

Kelly was convicted last week for decades of sexual and psychological abuse-related swaying and other charges that she had given to many girls for more than a decade. He was sentenced to 30 years in prison on Wednesday. 

He is facing additional charges in Illinois and will soon be tried, the Federal Reserve said.