The legal advisor for R. Kelly said Thursday the R&B vocalist, who is anticipating preliminary on youngster erotic entertainment and different charges, was attacked by a kindred prisoner at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in Chicago. Lawyer Steve Greenberg uncovered in a tweet that he learned of the assault on his customer Wednesday. Greenberg says he has gotten clashing data on the degree of Kelly's wounds. "We have not been given any data from the prison, nor has Mr. Kelly called,'' Greenberg composed. ''We are cheerful that he was not genuinely harmed.'' A representative for the Federal Bureau of Prisons, refering to protection and wellbeing reason, wouldn't verify or refute Greenberg's report of the assault on Kelly. Kelly, 53, faces a few dozen tallies of state and government sexual unfortunate behavior allegations in Illinois, Minnesota and New York, from rape to heading a racketeering plan planned for providing him with young ladies. The Grammy Award winning artist has denied consistently mishandling anybody.