Threat Sent to R. Kelly
An anonymous person in Chicago had called 911 to report a mass suicide was about to take place at R. Kelly's Chicago home, but this turned out to be a false alarm.
Police had descended to Trump Tower in Chicago on Tuesday afternoon, after the anonymous caller claimed victim Azriel Clary and 4 other women were witnesses to a suicide pact and planning to carry it out.
Connections to R. Kelly detailed that police officers had left after going inside of the tower and speaking to attorneys, who assured to the department that everyone and everything was ok.
The call was traced from the National Human Trafficking Hot line and the call was resulted to be bogus. The anonymous caller who pulled this stunt has 24 hours to turn theirselves in for filing a false report.