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Enlarge this imageR. Kelly, arriving in the Leighton Prison Courthouse in Chicago on Thursday.Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty Imageshide captiontoggle captionNuccio DiNuzzo/Getty ImagesR. Kelly, arriving on the Leighton Criminal Courthouse in Chicago on Thursday.Nuccio DiNuzzo/Getty ImagesEmbattled R&B singer R. Kelly pleaded not guilty to 11 counts of sexual a sault and abuse on the https://www.raidersglintshop.com/Otis-Sistrunk-Jersey Leighton Felony Courthouse in Chicago on Thursday morning. The current rates, which were brought by prosecutors in Cook County, Ill. in May, involve a single alleged victim, “J.P.,” who was a minor in January 2010, when the alleged incident or incidents took place. The 11 prices related to “J.P.” supersede a February indictment from Cook County against Kelly; the current costs are more serious than those levied in the earlier indictment. (It is not clear whether the new prices involving “J.P.” are based on new evidence, or if they pertain to the same incident or incidents as the ones detailed in the February indictment.)Music News R. Kelly Indicted On New Sexual A sault And Abuse ChargesEditors https://www.raidersglintshop.com/Doug-Martin-Jersey ‘ Picks The Allegations Against R. Kelly: An Abridged History However, the February indictment included prices involving three other alleged victims: “H.W.,” “R.L.” and “L.C.” Those prices continue to stand. Kelly is expected back in court on June 26, when all four of the current Cook County cases against the singer will be addre sed. Thursday’s hearing came two days after journalist and music critic Jim DeRogatis https://www.raidersglintshop.com/P-J-Hall-Jersey published a 300-page account of the nearly two decades that he has spent reporting on Kelly and accusations of sexual and physical abuse, particularly against teenage girls and young women. “Everything is against him,” Kelly’s lawyer, Steve Greenberg, argued at a pre s conference outside the courtroom on Thursday morning after the arraignment. He also reiterated his claim that Kelly’s accusers “are not victims.”