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R Kelly has long been reported to have had a team of people around him assisting in his criminal acts and those who have been working even harder to undermine the legal system to cover it all up. Well during summer of 2020 we reported on how one of his associates had been arrested for lighting a vehicle on fire belonging to one of Kelly’s victims. The culprit, Michael Williams, 38 committed the act in June 2020 was found to have searched for “detonation properties of fertilizer and diesel fuel” online prior to the incident outside of the victim’s Florida home.

“In a violent act designed to instill fear and stop a witness from testifying at trial, Williams set fire to the victim’s vehicle in the middle of the night while it was parked outside of a residence occupied by four adults and two children,” Breon Peace, US attorney for the Eastern District of New York, said in a statement.

“Intimidating witnesses and threatening the safety of crime victims undermine the very fabric of our judicial system and will not be tolerated,” Peace added.

And in other R Kelly news, a cellmate of his that was in prison for threatening to kill government officials actually created a comic strip about his life behind bars with the R&B singer. The cartoon detailed their life together including yoga, listening to music, working out and getting buff together. “I’m the greatest R&B star in human history! How can you not know of R. Kelly?” Kelly asks the man in the strip after finding out he hadn’t heard of any of his biggest hits.

The man Kelly’s behind bars with made a video after the January 6th Capitol riots saying for people to return to Washington to kill their Senators. Now given how Kelly has had burner phones he provided to a court clerk employee and the bribe he gave to get a marriage license for an underage Aaliyah, the last person he needs to be around is someone plotting to go after government officials. He’s done enough of that already.