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R. Kelly's legal woes are far from over, and now, a grand jury is set to hear evidence related to allegations of sex trafficking by the disgraced singer.

According to TMZ, federal prosecutors from the Northern District of Illinois will convene a grand jury later this month and offer up witness testimony detailing how Kelly allegedly bought plane tickets and set up hotel rooms for underage girls.

In the documentary, 'Surviving R. Kelly' several of the ladies, including Azriel Clary were flown across the country to the star with the help of Kelly's team. The grand jury will reportedly read emails and text messages between Kelly and his team arranging the illicit travel and will also be shown 'semen-stained clothing.'

The grand jury is separate from the current ongoing cases Kelly is currently battling. Several investigations are reportedly on the way. Homeland Security and, the IRS are said to be investigating the star as well as possible indictments to follow from Atlanta, Georgia.