Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Wednesday, January 20, 2021

R. Kelly Nearly Stabbed with a Pen by Vicious Inmate with Tattoo ‘F the Feds’ on Face

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R. Kelly was nearly stabbed with a pen in a jailhouse attack by an inmate with ‘F**k the Feds’ tattooed on his face who had crept into the disgraced rapper’s cell and started ‘stomping on his head,’ Your Content has learned.

The disgraced rapper had been asleep in the Metropolitan Correctional Center last Wednesday when the inmate, who had ‘F**k the Feds’ tattooed on his face, snuck into his cell.

In a motion filed by Kelly’s attorney, Steven Greenberg, asking to have his client released on bail, it is also claimed that the other inmate ‘repeatedly’ stomped on his client’s head, Page Six reports.

Greenberg also alleged that the inmate had ‘an ink pen with him that he was going to use to stab Mr. Kelly’ but that other inmates were able to grab the attacker before he could use the knife.

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The motion also said: ‘This is an inmate that never should have been anywhere near Mr. Kelly, an individual who is charged with the most violent of crimes, and one who plainly has no respect for the rules, he has the phrase ‘Fu** The Feds’ tattooed on his face.’

Kelly’s attorney said that his client stays in his cell most of the time but the disgraced rapper was placed in solitary confinement after the attack.

As Your Content readers know, the attacker is alleged to have been upset because of recent prison lockdowns caused by protests supporting R. Kelly outside of the jail.

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