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R. Kelly evicted from 2 Georgia homes over $30K unpaid rent

Kelly has been evicted from two Atlanta-area homes over unpaid rent ... Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Copyright © 2018 The Washington Times, LLC. Click to Read More Click to Hide

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Here comes another ‘year of the woman’Cal ThomasMedia bias and the voteTammy BruceTracking the real collusion: Obama knew foreign entities were interfering; he did nothingView all SPONSORED CONTENTGoogle may not show you this informationType in your name.Question of the DayDo you support a path to citizenship for Dreamers?Question of the Day  Yes  No  Not sure   View resultsStory TOpicsThe Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionIn this Nov17, 2015, file photomusical artist RKelly performs the national anthem before an NBA basketball game between the Brooklyn Nets and the Atlanta Hawks in New York(AP Photo/Frank Franklin II) ** FILE ** more > Print By - Associated Press - Tuesday, February 20, 2018 DULUTH, Ga(AP) — Court documents show R&B singer RKelly has been evicted from two Atlanta-area homes over unpaid rent.The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Monday that Feb13 filings with the Fulton County magistrate court show Kelly owes more than $31,000 in past due payments to SB Property Management Global.Court filings show Kelly paid $3,000 a month and $11,542 a month, respectively, for two homes just 2 miles (3 kilometers) apart.Records don’t show criminal filings related to the matterNeither the property company’s Edmond Green nor Kelly spokesman Trevian Kutti would comment to the newspaper.Last week, the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office said it’s still reviewing a file from Johns Creek police following July 2017 allegations that the Grammy winner was holding women against their will as part of a cult.___Information from: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, http://www.ajc.comCopyri

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