Fan of R. Kelly Allegedly Threatened Prosecutors

Fan of R. Kelly Allegedly Threatened Prosecutors

Prosecutors Were Allegedly THREATENED on a Critical Case

( – A jury recently found Robert Sylvester Kelly, more commonly known as the 90s R&B superstar R. Kelly, guilty of multiple counts of sexually abusing women, girls, and boys throughout his music career. He was also just sentenced to 30 years in prison for his crimes. Now, however, it’s not just the predatory singer who’s in trouble. Authorities have charged a “superfan” with threatening federal prosecutors involved in the singer’s trial.

On October 4, 2021, Christopher Gunn, 39, posted a YouTube video of himself in front of the US Attorney’s Office in Brooklyn, New York. He allegedly threatened to “storm” the office and directly threatened three prosecutors by name. Gunn supposedly attended one day of Kelly’s trial and posted a portion of the 90s movie “Boyz N The Hood” where criminals pile into a car with loaded guns and prepare for a shootout.

On Saturday, June 25, police arrested Gunn. Officials charged him the following Monday with threatening prosecutors. If found guilty, the R. Kelly superfan could spend up to five years behind bars.

Gunn allegedly also accepted funds eight times through a money-exchanging app between winter of 2021 and summer of 2022 that vaguely referenced Kelly and ammunition.

Investigators and prosecutors are working on sorting out this matter to ensure court officers’ safety see justice served.

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