R. Kelly reportedly fears for his life in prison so he has no complaints about being held in solitary confinement.
The embattled singer’s attorney, Nicole Blank Becker, told TMZ solitary gives Kells a sense of safety because you know how inmates feel and what they do to sexual predators.
But, she has concerns. Nicole feels solitary isn’t good for R. Kelly because he has no one to lean on or help. Because of he’s illiterate, keeping up with his commissary will be a difficult or nearly impossible task.
Also, there are tougher restrictions in solitary confinement. R. Kelly will only be allowed a total of 15 minutes telephone time per month versus daily phone privileges in general population.
There’s no telling how long Kells will be behind bars as his sex crime charges continue to pile up like dollar bills at a strip club.