R. Kelly’s scandalous behavior will come to the small screen as part of a pair of new Lifetime TV projects.
The network announced a documentary series and feature film which will explore the allegations of sexual abuse and misconduct around the singer. The two new productions are part of a larger initiative — Lifetime’s Emmy award-winning Stop Violence Against Women campaign.
Producer Joel Karsberg said, "We’ve been working for over a year to bring forth the stories of these women. We are proud to team with Lifetime to shed light on these stories as well as an industry that has looked the other way for so many years.”
Veteran Hip Hop journalist Dream Hampton will serve as an executive producer for the docu-series, which will feature the stories of survivors of Kelly’s abuse.
No release date has been announced for either project at this time.