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Self-identified manager R. Kelly pleads guilty to stalking | Life/Entertainment

NEW YORK (AP) — Self-described manager and adviser R. Kelly pleaded guilty Tuesday to interstate stalking, less than a week after he was found guilty of making threats by phone to shoot up a theater in Manhattan, where a documentary about the singer was about to be shown.

Donnell Russell, 47, of Chicago, entered the plea in federal court in Brooklyn.

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