Anonymous 'nut job' files bogus motion to try to get singer R. Kelly's sex case dropped

NEW YORK — A “nut job” looking to free disgraced R&B star R. Kelly filed twin motions in federal court in Brooklyn and Chicago in the past two weeks, arguing that the singer should be released from jail because he was never indicted.While the seven-page motion filed on behalf of Robert Sylvester Kelly seems to be signed at the bottom by one of Kelly’s lawyers, Steven Greenberg, the bogus attempt to liberate Kelly doesn’t even spell Greenberg’s name correctly.“Robert Kelly … respectfully moves this Honorable Court to expeditiously dismiss this criminal cause of action against Mr. Kelly for lack…

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