Facebook close page opened to 'expose' the women who accused R. Kelly of sexual misconduct on the 'Surviving R. Kelly'

A page created on the platform to 'expose' the women who accused R. Kelly of sexual misconduct on the 'Surviving R. Kelly has been closed down by Facebook
Multiple women accused Mr. Kelly in viral docuseries 'Surviving R. Kelly'. Soon after the Lifetime docuseries premiered, a Facebook page was created called 'Surviving Lies'. The page is alleged to have been created by a fan of R. Kelly's to expose his accusers.

As expected the page was bossing with traffic as it became popular with a link  to a YouTube video purportedly exposing one of Kelly's accusers was shared on it.The page futured text messages and also posted mugshots that involved R Kelly and his accusers, including Asante McGee and Faith Rodgers.

However  Facebook stated the page violated its community standards and have now closed it down.
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The statement from Facebook read:

The Page violated our Community Standards and has been removed. We do not tolerate bullying or sharing other’s private contact information and take action on content that violates our policies as soon as we’re aware.

Facebook close page opened to 'expose' the women who accused R. Kelly of sexual misconduct on the 'Surviving R. Kelly' Facebook close page opened to 'expose' the women who accused R. Kelly of sexual misconduct on the 'Surviving R. Kelly' Reviewed by Bueze Onyeka on 03:05 Rating: 5

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