CHICAGO (WLS) –
Singer R. Kelly celebrated in a South Side nightclub early Thursday as he continues to face new allegations of sexual abuse and expulsion from his Near West Side recording studio.
At 1 am in the morning, Chicago police responded to the V75 club at 100 West 75th Street after a caller said he was there and had an arrest warrant pending. However, no arrest was made because there was no arrest warrant.
In the mobile video, the Chicago-born obscenity from Chicago delivered a cheering crowd.
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Meanwhile, Chicago Construction Department representatives were in court on Thursday to gain access to his Near West Side recording studio. The hearing in court continued until Friday. Kelly's lawyer appeared in court, but declined to comment.
The storeroom was featured in the six-part "Surviving R. Kelly" aired last week over Lifetime and in which many women over the age of 20 were also charged with sexual abuse. Kelly has denied all allegations.
The owners of a storage room at 21
Building supervisors responded to a call from 311 stating that people lived in the warehouse, which is not zoned for this purpose. At that time they had no access to the building without a court order.
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The building is intended for manufacturing and, according to the building department, may not be used as a living or artist workspace. City officials said in a statement, "According to information and beliefs, it is used as a residence and artist workplace – especially as a recording studio that violates the Zoning Act."
KELLY'S PROTECTED DAUGHTER TALKS TO HER FATHER  19659011] In a long Instagram post on Thursday night, R. Kelly's alienated daughter Buku Abi called her dad a "monster." She added that it has been years since she and her siblings saw him or talked to him.
The Procuratorate of the State of Cook said they have received "numerous" phone calls and the authorities are investigating the allegations. Prosecutor Kim Foxx held a press conference on Monday asking for allegations.
Kelly's lawyer said Cook County Attorney was on an fishing expedition claiming the singer was innocent.
Victims or witnesses in the Chicago area having information on this developing investigation are asked to contact the Chicago police. Victims or witnesses in the Chicago area can contact either their local police department or the County of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in Cook County (773-674-6492).
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The family of Joycelyn Savage, one of the women featured in the documentary films, said Kelly holds her against her will and abuses her. They said they had not seen their adult daughter for two years and told Kelly to let her go.
Gerald Griggs, lawyer for the Savage family in Atlanta, Georgia, wants to take legal action against the singer.  "Right now, our main concern is to bring Joycelyn Savage home and the other ladies in the house, and when a crime has been committed, and to hold R. Kelly accountable to the full extent of the law," said Griggs.
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Griggs says Savage is one of hundreds of victims who have been sexually abused by R. Kelly.
"I can imagine 25 from the top of my head, with whom we contacted," said Griggs. "When he says that everyone is lying, it's a whole lot of people telling the same story."
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Meanwhile singer Lady Gaga has tweeted that she supports victims of sexual assault. She also wrote about her song "Do What You Want" with R. Kelly.
Gaga says she made the song during a dark period in her life and plans to remove it from iTunes and other streaming platforms.
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