A judge has ruled some records of singer R. Kelly's legal battle with his ex-wife could be released to the public as soon as next week.
Cook County Circuit Judge Lori Rosen on Wednesday held a closed hearing to determine which records concerning Robert Kelly's case with ex-wife Andrea Kelly would remain sealed.
Attorneys for the 52-year-old singer and his ex-wife told reporters that they argued some documents should remain sealed including a prenuptial agreement, the divorce settlement from 2009 and a child support document that apparently contained Kelly's tax returns. They also wanted documents with medical information about their children sealed.
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Rosen opened the courtroom to issue her ruling keeping the divorce settlement, a doctor's letter about one of the children sealed and to blackout on medical information and the children's and doctors' names. The prenuptial agreement will be released.
Kelly faces sex-related charges involving four women, three of whom were minors when the alleged abuse occurred. He has pleaded not guilty.