R. Kelly is in big trouble. RadarOnline.com can confirm inspectors from Chicago's Department of Buildings — along with police officers — raided the disgraced rapper’s studio days after he was put on blast for allegedly sexually assaulting, kidnapping and abusing young women.
On January 16 at noon, the authorities entered the star’s Near West Side music studio, which allegedly doubles as his creepy sex den. The inspection came after the DOB received notice that the building — which is intended for industrial practices — was been illegally used a residence.
In Radar's exclusive video, the authorities left the vast property with other officials.
The “Ignition” rapper was recently threatened with eviction for failing to pay $174,000 in back rent and other costs. He has until January 21 to dig himself out of debt.
The drama comes after Lifetime’s docuseries Surviving R. Kelly exposed the disgraced rapper’s alleged sex cult, aggressive personality and inappropriate relationships with underage girls.
Though Kelly, 52, has denied any wrongdoing, multiple people — including former male staffers and friends — have come forward to slam him for his mistreatment of women.
He is currently being investigated for his alleged crimes.
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