A Chicago federal jury found R. Kelly guilty on Wednesday of three counts of child pornography for filming himself sexually abusing his then-14-year-old goddaughter.

According to the Chicago Tribune, of the indictment’s 13 fees, Kelly was additionally found guilty of three counts of child intercourse trafficking by way of coercion and enticement.

He was acquitted on fees that he conspired to impede justice in his 2002 Cook County case. Additionally, he was acquitted on two counts of receiving child pornography and one depend of conspiring to obtain child pornography.

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The verdict follows the testimony of Kelly’s goddaughter, who glided by the pseudonym Jane. Three other girls testified that Kelly had additionally recorded and stored tapes of himself sexually abusing them once they have been underage.

There have been two co-defendants in the proceedings, former workers Milton “June” Brown and Derrel McDavid. Charges against them alleged a conspiracy to cover the videotapes and persuade Jane to maintain her sexual contact with Kelly private.

Both Brown and McDavid have been acquitted of all fees, together with that they’d conspired to obtain child pornography, and that McDavid conspired to impede justice.

In closing arguments, R Kelly’s attorney Jennifer Bonjean claimed that Jane’s parents have been to blame for mendacity about her relationship with the singer and asserted this was not due to coercion, however as a result of “They condoned it.”

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