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Utah Cops Made R. Kelly Miss Court!

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Piss-poor excuse: We knew straight up it couldn't be the ever-noble King of R&B R. Kelly's fault he missed his court date in Chicago Wednesday morning. Turns out, overzealous cops left Kells on the side of the road after they impounded his bus caravan in Utah ... and for what? Because an exhausted driver couldn't provide an up-to-date driving-hour log and was cruising at 100 mph! Did they not notice the lines of No-Doze chalked up along the dashboard?

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