According to various reports, the network is converting the singer's sexual assault scandal into a documentary series that will further investigate the alleged victims, allegations and the "Ignition" star himself.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, R. Kelly, 51, was accused of "brainwashing" young women and forcing them to be his sex slaves. He was also accused of pedophilia for allegedly maintaining sexual relationship with underage girls.
He has denied all claims.
Kelly was recently spotted shopping in Chicago with alleged "sex slave" Jocelyn Savage. While eyewitnesses claimed he did not seem to be acting violently towards her, the woman's family told reporters she has been brainwashed by the performer and is being held in his home against her will.
The Lifetime docuseries will feature some of R. Kelly's other accusers.
Radar readers know the film project comes after the company launched a Stop Violence Against Women campaign, in which they partner with organizations to empower women, spread awareness about abuse and help them recover their strength after living through sexual, verbal, or physical cruelty.
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