Kelly's attorney denies abuse allegations in documentary

Kelly's attorney denies abuse allegations in documentary

Greenberg explained that he and Kelly "have not looked at all of the women" that appeared in the documentary, adding that "all that matters is that whatever any of them are saying did not happen". "Now she wants an Academy Award, so now all of a sudden he's some bad person", he said.

"I am well aware of who and what he is", she said.

Greenberg told the Associated Press: 'The allegations aren't true because he never knowingly had sex with an underage woman, he never forced anyone to do anything, he never held anyone captive, he never abused anyone'.

Greenberg also claimed that "those things didn't happen" and "the man was not operating a harem or a sex cult or holding people hostage or anything like that", before expressing hope that Kelly will sue Lifetime for defamation "because people shouldn't be able to do this to someone".

On Thursday, the singer's estranged daughter, Joann Kelly, who is also known as Buku Abi, shared a long post on her Instagram story rebuking her father and calling him a monster.

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Steve Greenberg, an attorney for Kelly, said in an interview on Friday that there was no evidence to support the accusations contained in the documentary, calling it a "for-profit hit piece full of falsities, full of mistakes".

Since its release on 2January, a prosecutor has confirmed a number of people have contacted authorities and their claims would be followed up.

Sources who claim to be still connected to Kelly told TMZ that his panic attacks began occurring in the days before the six-part docuseries ran and have continued afterward, with one attack so bad that it prompted him to be treated at a hospital.

The Lifetime series featured interviews with several women making on-camera allegations of sexual, mental and physical abuse by Kelly, as well as interviews with some of his former managers and producers.

At the same time, Greenberg said he didn't think Kelly's career would be hurt by the allegations.

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