R. Kelly Ordered To Pay Restitution To His Victims Including Covering Medical Bills For The Herpes He Gave Them

September 29, 2022 / Posted by:

R. Kelly is currently rotting in prison after being convicted in Chicago and New York for the years of sexual abuse he committed against underage girls and boys. And at a recent restitution hearing, the former rapper and current convict was ordered to pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to some of his victims. The world may be going to Hell but so is R. Kelly!

In June, R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison in New York after he was convicted in federal court on racketeering and sex trafficking charges. And earlier this month, he was found guilty in Chicago and is facing another 10-90 years behind bars. TMZ says that at a hearing in Brooklyn yesterday, a judge ordered R. Kelly to pay one of his victims $300,000 in restitution and some of that money will cover treatment for herpes. Usher is getting flashbacks.

For a victim named “Jane,” the judge indicated Kelly will be ordered to fork over around $300K to cover treatment related to herpes, as well as psychological care that she apparently requires. Ditto for another victim in that case named “Stephanie,” although a firm number hasn’t been decided in her situation just yet… the judge put a pin in it and will circle back later.

A 3rd victim, “Sonja,” was denied restitution. So, at this point, it looks like Kelly will be on the hook for hundreds of thousands … and possibly more.

Here’s a news clip about the hearing:

R. Kelly is reportedly broke as shit, and no one wants to buy his music catalog, but here’s hoping his victims get paid. I’m sure that the family members of R. Kelly’s delusional “guardian angel” who bailed him out once are changing their phone numbers today. Because they just know they’re going to get a call that starts with, “Would you like to donate to a worthy cause?

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