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It looks like R. Kelly might have to find another way to try and reply to allegations of statutory rape, kidnapping, sexual assault, and abuse made in the six-part docuseries Surviving R. Kelly.
The singer reportedly opened up a Facebook page named Surviving Lies, in which he was looking to target and expose the women who sat down for the Lifetime program.
First two videos on the page were his attempt to discredit Faith Rodgers and Asante McGee. McGee’s video played alleged audio of her daughter and ex-boyfriend detailing times she expressed how much fun she was having with R. Kelly.
She has since responded by asking him to perform a lie detector test on live television.
He then posted screenshots of texts with Rodgers in which she called him daddy, and sent him pictures.
Facebook released a statement on their decision:
“The Page violated our Community Standards and has been removed. We do not tolerate bullying or sharing someone’s private contact information and take action on content that violates our policies as soon as we’re aware.”
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