The Atlanta home where jailed singer R. Kelly allegedly held woman captive, has been sold.
According to legal docs obtained by TMZ, Kelly's Metro Atlanta mansion was sold June 3. Kelly did not own the mansion, he only rented it. The house was reportedly sold for $1,785,000.
The home has 11,455 sq. ft., 7-bedrooms, 12-foot ceilings and two kitchens. It also seven fireplaces, a home theater, and a 4-car garage ... plus a pool, spa, treehouse, playhouse and tennis court.
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In "Surviving R. Kelly," one of his alleged victims walked cameras around the home and detailed Kelly's alleged abuse. She says she would not be allowed to leave her room without permission, that she had to stomp on the floor to let him know when she was hungry or needed the bathroom. She also showed the cameras the Black room -- a room the women say they were forced to have sex with each other while Kelly filmed them.