R. Kelly has finally come out in seclusion and will join the general population, though prosecutors have called on BS because of his troubles for isolation.
The singer's lawyer, Stephen Greenberg, says TMZ R. Kelly was moved Tuesday … and was only held in isolation by prison officials as a form of punishment. Greenberg says Kelly has never done anything wrong during his time behind bars to order him to be kept in privacy.
Greenberg tells us that although R. Kelly will be in the pop gene – which is usually considered more dangerous, especially for high profile prisoners – there will be security measures that should keep his client safe … but they won't go into specific data.
We are told that R. Kelly will already have permission for 10 attorneys' visits instead of a previously allowed one.
Perhaps the most important thing, for R. Kelly, seems to be the clean air that he will now be able to experience with other prisoners during rest.
Prosecutors have now confirmed that R. Kelly has been moved to gen pop in court filing by them – but they have tried to correct the record about him, claiming psychological torture.
In documents obtained by TMZ, state prosecutors state that R. Kelly's desire to move into gene pop is recent and at first glance is emerging. out of nowhere, as they say, he demanded that he be removed and placed in a secluded wing of the prison called SHU … at first there were no roommates.
He was eventually paired with a roommate, who was then swapped for guys he currently hangs out with, and who would actually be his roommate in gen pop. Prosecutors allege that R. Kelly has not been in real seclusion for the past 3 weeks.
Moreover, they say that when he changed his opinion about seclusion … they did not fight him and made the necessary adjustments. In other words … his gripes are a great adoration for nothing.