Singer R. Kelly To Be Sentenced After Being Convicted Of Sex Trafficking, Racketeering

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Singer R. Kelly To Be Sentenced After Being Convicted Of Sex Trafficking, Racketeering” – below is their description.

Singer R. Kelly is due in federal court today for sentencing after being convicted of nine counts of sex trafficking and racketeering in a Brooklyn court last year. NBC News’ Ron Allen explains how long R. Kelly could serve in prison and whether the singer’s victims are expected to speak at his sentencing. 

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