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Lifetime Response To Drea Kelly’s Lawsuit Threat Over “Surviving R. Kelly Part II” Trailer: We Hope You Change Your Mind After You See It


Lifetime Response To Drea Kelly’s Lawsuit Threat Over “Surviving R. Kelly Part II” Trailer: We Hope You Change Your Mind After You See It

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Drea Kelly, R. Kelly’s ex wife, went off on Lifetime’s Network because she was not feeling the way she was portrayed in the recent released trailer for “Surviving R. Kelly Part Two: The Reckoning.” In the trailer, there was a clip of Drea Kelly wearing the same outfit she had on part one.

Check out the new trailer below:

Drea claims she refused to participate in the follow-up because Lifetime contacted her children without telling her, and alleges the network didn’t offer aftercare to the victims, which is why she is threatening legal action .

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Drea Kelly:

“When they brought the idea to me, I let them know that in no way, shape, form, or fashion will I be a part of it. They reached out to my children without my permission. They reached out to my family members without my permission. And then when I brought it to them that I don’t want you contacting my children, I don’t want you contacting my family, they did it anyway.”

“I’m not happy with the aftercare and how the victims and survivors were handled throughout this entire process. Even down to the bomb threat that was in New York. They put us on a bus, transported us back to the hotel which were under our names, no aliases, no security. Then we go off to the airport the next day. No security.”

However, Lifetime Senior VP and “Surviving R. Kelly” executive producer,  Brie Miranda Bryant has a different perspective.

Brie Miranda Bryant:

“After the doc aired, Drea chose to not participate in many of the other things the other survivors decided to do that we continually invited them to partake in — most recently, we had invited the others survivors to attend The Wrap Women’s Event where there was a tribute to them for sharing their stories…We also have a coalition of organizations under Stop Violence Against Women of non-profit partners all who offer resources, information and services to our survivors, as well as viewers at large.”

She continues:

“We had two therapists who were able to consult with the survivors and participants after every interview who were there throughout the duration [of production.]…We have, it may have hit 23 advocacy groups that have helped us during the making of the series to make sure we were staying within proper parameters.”

Byrant hopes Drea Kelly has a change of heart after watching the show:

“The pieces that were in the trailer are from her interview in part one. She did not sit for Part Two…I hope she feels differently after she sees it.”

But technically if they pulled a clip of her from part one does that mean she actually participated in part two?

What’s your 2 cents?!

Both the Editor in Chief and Lead Entertainment Reporter for PhatGyrlSnoop

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