Singer R. Kelly’s defense lawyer reportedly tried to discredit one of his accusers in the singer’s ongoing sexual assault case by putting the blame on monosodium glutamate (MSG).
The testimony: Robert Kelly’s lawyer Deveraux L. Cannick made the unexpected comment on Thursday in response to the testimony of a woman identified only as “Sonja.” She is the eighth accuser to take the stand against Kelly on sex crimes and racketeering charges, reported the New York Times.
A little over a month after crashing into their dad’s live television interview, Marion and James Kelly are back to amuse us with their “very own” show.
See, these kids must already have some fan base, so why not? And this one isn’t just a parody, y’all!
Marion Kelly, a.k.a. the “BBC interview kid,” won’t let anyone forget her sassiness as she took the spotlight once again at a Wednesday press conference with her family in South Korea.
The four-year-old girl, along with her 8-month-old brother James and mother Kim Jung-a, went viral last week after she busted through the door during a live BBC interview via Skype with her father, Robert Kelly.
Days after his BBC video went viral, Professor Robert E. Kelly finally shared what went on inside his head when his kids adorably crashed the interview.
The associate professor at Busan National University spoke to the Wall Street Journal along with his family. Gone was his suit and tie and books on the bed.