R. Kelly trial revelations: Biggest moments of Week 2 as singer faces more sex-crime charges

The second week of R. Kelly's federal trial in Chicago included detailed testimonies from an alleged victim's mother, the R&B star's former girlfriend and the

star's former agent as the singer faces several sex-crime charges.  Kelly is already sentenced to 30 years in prison after his New York federal trial

ended in June. A conviction in Chicago could add decades to his sentence. Court opened Monday with testimony from the mother of the anonymous woman prosecutors

say R. Kelly sexually abused starting when she was 14. The woman, who is now 37 and identified as pseudonym Jane in court filings, testified last week that she was the subject of

the videotape that was the center of Kelly's 2008 child pornography case. Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning. Who is

involved in R. Kelly's case in Chicago? Kelly, 55, faces 13 charges which include producing child pornography, enticing a minor to engage in criminal sexual activity,

and conspiracy to obstruct justice.  Two of Kelly's associates, Derrel McDavid and Milton Brown, are co-defendants in the trial and are accused of aiding Kelly in the alleged

crimes. All defendants have denied any wrongdoing.  Here are the biggest happenings from the second week of the trial.

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