Women's rights group flies R. Kelly banner over Sony offices

CULVER CITY, California -- Prominent women's rights group UltraViolet is calling for RCA Records to drop singer R. Kelly.

The group flew a banner over Sony Music Entertainment offices reading, "RCA/Sony: Drop sexual predator R. Kelly."

The banner comes after a recent Lifetime documentary claiming R. Kelly committed shocking acts of physical and sexual abuse against women he coerced into living with him.

R. Kelly has denied all the allegations.


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