Life R. Kelly remains unsure of the names of the prosecutors By weekster Posted on January 31, 2020 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ A New York judge has rejected R. Kelly’s request to find out the identity of two of his accusers. Prosecutors had indicated that they were strongly opposed to this because the singer had already sent a threatening letter to a woman who accused him of being abused. In the abuse case against Kelly, two accusers remained anonymous, they are described in court documents as “Jane Doe 2” and “Jane Doe 3”. One of them indicated that the singer had sex with her in 1999 when she was sixteen and therefore a minor. The other states that Robert Kelly locked her up in a bedroom for three days in 2003 or 2004 without food and abused her when she was unconscious. Kelly’s lawyer reacted to the New York Post on Wednesday with the judge’s decision. He says there is no evidence that the singer would try to stop a testimony from his accusers, and that it is impossible to defend his client if he does not know who the women are. The New York case is one of the four processes that await Kelly this year. There are also two charges of abuse against him in Chicago and one in Minneapolis.