R. Kelly May have received a break in his Case | Ebonynsweet


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TMZ - R. Kelly's attorney, Steve Greenberg, tells TMZ ... now that Avenatti has been charged with extortion as well as bank and tax fraud, his credibility is now a centerpiece in the singer's case -- specifically, the circumstances surrounding how prosecutors obtained a key piece of evidence.
 
That evidence, of course, is a sex tape that Cook County investigators claim shows R. Kelly having sex with an underage girl, who's alleged to be 14 years old. It's what many believe to be a smoking gun against R. Kelly ... and the catalyst that led to a 10-count indictment.
 
Greenberg says the issue of "chain of custody" -- how Cook County got hold of that tape via Avenatti -- is now questionable. Greenberg strongly suggests the possibility the tape could've been altered before it got to prosecutors. 
 
Sources connected to the case tell us that the man who handed the tape over to Avenatti is a whistle-blower who has a history of extorting R. Kelly. 
 
We're told the man recently confessed to prosecutors in Chicago that he squeezed about a million dollars out of R. Kelly's team in the past to stop the tape from going public. So, the question ... if the guy got the cash, how would Avenatti have gotten it?
 
Remember, there were supposedly TWO R. Kelly sex tapes that Avenatti turned over to Cook County officials, but Greenberg tells us he's only aware of one.
 
Either way, if Greenberg can create reasonable doubt in the jury's mind as to authenticity ... he could get R. Kelly off. Hey, we've seen it happen before.


Fans on social media called into "question" the validity of the entire #MuteKelly movement since the news broke that Avenatti admitted on tape that 90% of the claims levied against R.Kelly are false.






We voiced our concerns directly to the #MuteRKelly account and recieved a response from Campaign organizer Kenyette Barnes as they attempt to back-peddle from their association of Michael Avenatti.



The campaign now claims that they never provided legal services to any of the "Alleged Victims", although they fought to have criminal charges brought against R. Kelly for nearly 2 years. Their explanation sounds highly suspect, because they would have needed to first establish some sort of communication in-order for them to identity the victims and then understand what legal options were available. This information would have been necessary before marching in the streets "protesting" and making demands to Kelly's record label and spotify. If, it's true that they were acting out without any real first-hand knowledge, that makes their stance even less credible.


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