Since the airing of Surviving R. Kelly, the Chicago crooner has succumb to an inevitable downward spiral. R. Kelly has been released from his label, intended to seek revenge involved in the Lifetime documentary, and is under investigation for his Atlanta residency, the rumored location of his sex cult.
His Chicago studio was raided by police, not too long ago, and they reportedly found evidence, amid reports surfacing about Robert using that studio as a permanent residence. It was even seen during the final installment of the docuseries that the parents of Azriel Clary went to the Chicago studio, in hopes of reuniting with their daughter.
The studio was then slammed with 66 code violations with fines reaching $66,000 per day. According to Chicago authorities, Robert did not have permits to build a sauna, steam room or bar inside the studio, but a judge rejected the city's motion to shut down the building. He, instead, was ordered to remove personal items and only use the space during normal business hours.
Courtesy of TMZ, you can check out all of the inspection photos.
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