R. Kelly Permitted to Mingle With General Prison Population
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Attorney Steven Greenberg confirms that the 'I Believe I Can Fly' hitmaker has been moved out of solitary confinement and is eligible for 10 non-attorney visits.

AceShowbiz - Embattled R&B star R. Kelly is out of solitary confinement.

The singer's lawyer asked a judge to let his client mingle with the general population behind bars, complaining Kelly was being robbed of basic necessities, including fresh air and communication.

The attorney, Steven Greenberg, tells TMZ the "I Believe I Can Fly" hitmaker was moved on Tuesday, September 3, and is now eligible for 10 non-attorney visits, instead of the previously allowed one, while he will also have more time to make phone calls and send emails.

Prosecutors have confirmed Kelly's move, insisting he initially requested solitary confinement in a secluded wing of the prison.

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