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R. Kelly, judge in court, to decide whether cameras can be admitted to court as a trial of child abuse

  • On Friday, Cook County Associate Judge Lawrence Flood is set to view a media report to allow cameras to be approved in court for the impending trial of R. Kelly in Chicago
  • Kelly is charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse with a minor
  • Cook County jurors did not allow any cameras in the courtroom before 2015
  • One of the alleged victims of Kelly has already objected to being filmed in court
  • More recently, they have allowed journalists to take cameras & # 39; s to handle prominent cases, such as the murder case against former Chicago officer Jason Van Dyke
  • Another judge in the same courthouse has yet to decide whether to take cameras & # 39; s before the judge in the & # 39; Empire & # 39; actor Jussie Smollett

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Chauncey Alcorn for Dailymail.com

A request from media organizations to allow cameras & # 39; s in the courtroom for the case of R&B star R. Kelly is about to appear in court.

The issue is expected to be at the center of a Friday hearing where Cook County Associate Judge Lawrence Flood will preside.

The reporters who submitted the request want to film the legal proceedings leading to the looming lawsuit of R. Kelly.

Kelly is charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse with a minor.

One of his alleged victims, only identified as H.W. in legal documents, has already objected to being filmed in court by saying that cameras & # 39; s would & # 39; trigger me & # 39 ;, said the Chicago Tribune.

On Friday, Cook County Associate Judge Lawrence Flood is set to review a media request to have cameras appear in court for the lawsuit against R. Kelly (photo) in Chicago

On Friday, Cook County Associate Judge Lawrence Flood is set to review a media request to have cameras appear in court for the lawsuit against R. Kelly (photo) in Chicago

On Friday, Cook County Associate Judge Lawrence Flood is set to review a media request to have cameras appear in court for the lawsuit against R. Kelly (photo) in Chicago

& # 39; Because he was previously found to be innocent, I have no interest in being a media spectacle & # 39 ;, wrote the alleged victim in a recently made public archive. & # 39; My dignity is most important to me. & # 39;

Prosecutors say that Kelly with H.W. in a restaurant where she celebrated her sixteenth birthday in the late 1990s.

Cook County judges did not allow cameras & # 39; s in the courtroom before 2015.

Kelly (middle) is charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse involving a minor

Kelly (middle) is charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse involving a minor

Kelly (middle) is charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse involving a minor

More recently, however, they have allowed journalists to take cameras & # 39; s to handle prominent cases, including the murder case against former Chicago officer Jason Van Dyke, who killed Laquan McDonald in 2014.

R. Kelly has no objection to being on the camera lately.

His shocking interview with CBS The host of this day, Gayle King, was watched by 6.6 million people on 15 March.

Millions more viewed clips from the interview online earlier last week.

Kelly & # 39; s interview with King also remained a top trending topic on Twitter all week.

Another judge in the same courthouse has yet to decide whether to bring cameras & # 39; s to justice in the case of & # 39; Empire & # 39; actor Jussie Smollett.

Smollett is charged with 16 counts of crime disorderly behavior after authorities say he lied about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack.

Kelly has denied the charges against him. He must appear in court next week, the Chicago Tribune reported.

Another judge in the same courthouse has yet to decide whether to take cameras & # 39; s before the judge in the & # 39; Empire & # 39; actor Jussie Smollett

Another judge in the same courthouse has yet to decide whether to take cameras & # 39; s before the judge in the & # 39; Empire & # 39; actor Jussie Smollett

Another judge in the same courthouse has yet to decide whether to take cameras & # 39; s before the judge in the & # 39; Empire & # 39; actor Jussie Smollett

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