R kellyThe alleged manager of the company is facing more legal battles as the government claims it was an effort to disturb the embarrassed singer.
Donnell Russell was just indicted by the US Department of Justice on alleged threats to shoot a theater in New York City in December 2018 when the Lifetime documentary “Surviving R. Kelly” was shown there.
The government claims Russell admitted to first sending a warning letter to stop the screening – but when that failed, prosecutors claim he called on the internet Shooting threat … and successfully concluded the event in which a number of Kelly’s alleged victims attended.
TMZ told the story … Law enforcement sources told us an employee of R. Kelly was a Person of interest about an alleged threat that occurred just 20 minutes before the screening began. Russell has been charged with 1 threat of physical harm conspiracy and 1 threat of physical harm count. Each charge carries a maximum sentence of 5 years in prison. This, of course, is only the tip of the legal iceberg for Russell.
As we reported … Russell is also 1 in 3 people who are allegedly charged harassing and intimidating Witnesses on Kelly’s criminal case.