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EntertainmentR. Kelly judgment withdrawn after lawyers say he can't read

21:55  08 may  2019
21:55  08 may  2019 Source:   ap.org

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CHICAGO (AP) — R . Kelly spent much of Wednesday in court, with his lawyer explaining to one judge that the singer didn' t respond to a lawsuit brought by one of his sexual abuse accusers because he is illiterate and with Kelly paying ,000 in back child support during a second hearing.

A judge who ordered a default judgment against R . Kelly after the singer failed to respond to a lawsuit filed by one of his alleged victims now says the Cook County Judge Moira Johnson on Wednesday reinstated the lawsuit after Kelly 's attorneys said the singer never responded to it because he 's

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CHICAGO — A judge who ordered a default judgment against R. Kelly after the singer failed to respond to a lawsuit filed by one of his alleged victims now says the suit can proceed.

The Chicago Sun-Times reports that Cook County Judge Moira Johnson on Wednesday reinstated the lawsuit after Kelly's attorneys said the singer never responded to it because he's illiterate and couldn't read the documents when he was served with them.

R. Kelly fails to show up in court, loses lawsuit by underage girl alleging sex abuse

R. Kelly fails to show up in court, loses lawsuit by underage girl alleging sex abuse CHICAGO - Singer R. Kelly has lost a civil lawsuit by default after he failed to show up in Cook County Circuit Court to answer allegations he sexually abused an underage girl in the late 1990s. The woman alleged in the suit filed in February that Kelly had repeated sexual contact with her beginning in June 1998 when she was just 16. Kelly was served a court summons but never filed an appearance, according to a filing from the woman's attorney. On Tuesday, Judge Moira Johnson granted the attorney's request to enter judgment against Kelly.

R . Kelly judgment withdrawn after lawyers say he can ' t read CHICAGO -- A judge who ordered a default judgment against R . Kelly after the singer failed to

Kelly ’s attorneys said the singer never responded because he ’s illiterate and couldn’ t read the documents when he was served with them. CHICAGO (AP) — A judge who ordered a default judgment against R . Kelly after the singer failed to respond to a lawsuit filed by one of his alleged

R. Kelly judgment withdrawn after lawyers say he can't read © The Associated Press Musician R. Kelly arrives at the Daley Center for a hearing in his child support case on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Matt Marton) The lawsuit was filed by a woman identified as "H.W.," who is one of the four women that Kelly is charged in a criminal case with sexually abusing. She contends she began a sexual relationship with Kelly in 1998, when she was 16.

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NHL rep defends official over missed penalty on ‘judgment call’.
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