This conclusion was made yesterday by the federal court in New York, USA.
The trial began on August 18 with the participation of 50 witnesses. Kelly was found guilty of one count of fraud and eight counts of violating the Mann Act, which prohibits interstate transportation of persons for prostitution.
Prosecutors in the trial indicted that the male singer, along with his manager, bodyguard and assistant took advantage of touring around the United States and abroad to search for women and children to serve the act. Kelly’s illegal sexual activity in 1999. Victims included girls under the age of 18.
Because she was found guilty by the court, Kelly faces the possibility of life in prison. Robert Sylvester Kelly is known for his song I Believe I Can Fly.