Illinois officials resigned at a concert to be hosted by R. Kelly in Springfield, citing security concerns following protests outside of the singer's Chicago studio this week.
Denise Albert , a spokesperson for the Illinois Department of Agriculture, said the Chicago Tribune that the April Break application was denied Thursday. The decision was not in response to the recent airing of a Lifetime documentary "."
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A tip that Kelly was holding two women against their willed Chicago police visit his residence Friday in Chicago's Trump Tower . Officers interviewed Kelly and the women found no evidence of wrongdoing. Earlier this week, his attorney Steve Greenberg told CBS News that "no facts" backed up the allegations of sexual assault.
"I have not heard from a prosecutor's office. I have not heard from an attorney of a victim or an alleged victim. I have not heard from anyone because there are facts to back up these claims," Greenberg said.