Jurors resume deliberations in R. Kelly trial

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Jurors resumed deliberations on Monday in the sex trafficking trial of R. Kelly, asking for transcripts of testimony from two of the R&B singer’s former employees and clarification of the law in Illinois, where some of his alleged sexual abuses occurred. Jurors requested testimony from the weeks-long trial, including that of Tom Arnold, a former studio manager who said Kelly would regularly fine him if he did not follow the singer’s rules. Arnold testified that Kelly docked his final, $1,500 weekly paycheck in 2011 after he was able to find only a male guide, not the femal…

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