Timothy Savage told a police officer on 3 January that Don Russell, whom he identified as Kelly's manager, had texted him saying it would be best for him and his family if the documentary didn't air, according to a Henry County police report.
Gaga and R Kelly worked together on a song called Do What U Want (With My Body), and Gaga has previously explained that the lyrics are about lies people have spread about her and how they can't mess with her confidence.
Timothy and his wife Joycelyn have long maintained that their daughter is being held against her will by Kelly, and the singer forced the young woman to cut off family contact.
The report says the case is being forwarded to the criminal investigations division for review. "Kelly was free to go about his business", TMZ reports. "Allegations of domestic violence or sexual assault require someone to say what they have seen, heard or experienced". "I was sickened as a survivor, I was sickened as a mother, I'm sickened as a prosecutor", she told a field of reporters.
Foxx said that after watching the series herself, "I was sickened by the allegations".
As the dark details of Kelly's years of abuse continue to unravel, each day new pieces of information are reported. While Foxx said that her office has not been in contact with Fulton County, they are willing to share any "relevant information" between their offices.
When asked if there's a "sense of fake outrage" from the public, Future responded. Kelly was hit with 21 counts of child pornography and was found not guilty in 2008.
In February 2002, a 27-minute video surfaced that showed a man purported to be Kelly engaged in sex acts involving an underage girl. Kelly and the alleged victim, in her 20s at the time of the trial, denied it was them in the video. Chicago PD, of course, sprang into action after receiving the call and went to the club to make contact with Kelly. A spokeswoman for the prosecutor's office said both women have been missing for three to four years.