NEW YORK (AP) — Most people know him for “I Believe I Can Fly,” the 1996 sing-along hit that became an inspirational anthem played at school graduations, weddings and advertisements. Or possibly for a stinging parody by comedian Dave Chappelle. But starting this week, what prosecutors say was a not-so-secret dark side of R&B superstar R. Kelly will be presented in lurid detail for a New York City jury. The federal trial comes after years of frustration over failed attempts for justice in the case of the 54-year old Kelly’s. He’s vehemently denied any wrongdoing.
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