ST. LOUIS – There are comments all over social media about the Lifetime docuseries, 'Surviving R. Kelly.'
'Surviving R. Kelly' chronicles disturbing accounts of Kelly's alleged predatory behavior, including claims of sex with minors and homes filled with sex slaves.
Kelly was acquitted of 21 charges of child pornography in 2008. He denied all claims and he continued to rack up hits and sell out stadiums around the country.
Former St. Louis radio show host Staci Static said she hosted a party for R. Kelly in 2002. She said she always found the sex abuse allegations against R. Kelly disturbing.
The Safe Connections' Crisis hotline in St. Louis has also seen an increase in calls from abuse survivors since the docuseries came out.
If you've been abused and need help, you can call Safe Connections' 24-hour hotline at 314-531-2003.