"I was sickened. I was sickened by the allegations, I was sickened as a survivor, I was sickened as a mother, I'm sickened as a prosecutor", she said of the docuseries.
The New York Times reports that investigators from the Fulton County District Attorney's Office in Georgia contacted Gerald A. Griggs, the lawyer for Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, on Monday.
Pressure is on authorities in Florida as well, after Angelo Clary, who has alleged that his daughter Azriel Clary is being held captive by Kelly, publicly pushed for them to follow Fulton County's lead. The special included dozens of interviews with people formerly associated with Kelly, in addition to a number of women detailing their own claims of Kelly's alleged abuse.
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Griggs told FOX 5 News that in the past few days, very senior members of the DA's office have contacted Griggs regarding witness information in the case. She disputed her parent's accusations in a video released by TMZ in 2017, however, her family says the video was staged and Joycelyn Savage was manipulated into the recording. According to the girl's father, Mason told him, "I'm gonna do harm to you and your family, when I see you I'm gonna get you, I'm going to f***ing kill you".
Foxx said she has seen some of the docu-series, CBS Chicago reports.
"Please come forward. There is nothing that can be done to investigate these allegations without the cooperation of victims and witnesses", Foxx said. Greenberg on Wednesday told WGN-TV that the allegations are "made up". He was acquitted of engaging in sex acts with a 13-year-old in 2008.
Gaga went on to state that the title of her 2013 song with Kelly, "Do What U Want (With My Body)", made it "clear how explicitly twisted my thinking was at the time".
Kelly rose from poverty on Chicago's South Side to become a star singer, songwriter and producer. His albums continued to top charts while he was on trial for child pornography, and many of his hit songs, like "I Believe I Can Fly" and "Ignition (Remix)", are still played widely.