R. Kelly is reportedly under criminal investigation following the conclusion of the viral ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ documentary series.

Reports claim that an investigation has been opened into the life of the disgraced singer, who has been accused of domestic, emotional and physical abuse, predatory behavior and pedophilia. The investigation is being launched by the Fulton County District Attorney’s Office in light of the allegations made in the highly publicized documentary, and is looking specifically into the activity which occurred at his former mansion in Jones Creek, GA. Investigators have allegedly been reaching out to a number of victims featured in the show, including Asante McGee, one of the women who claimed to have escaped R. Kelly’s home after being used as a sex slave.

The report also claims that investigators have been in touch with Gerald Griggs, the attorney for the family of rumored Kelly captive Joycelyn Savage. In a statement, Griggs said, “In the past few days, very senior members of the DA’s office have contacted Griggs regarding witness information in the case.” R. Kelly continues to deny all allegations made against him. Investigators are attempting to track down the contact information for other women involved. Although the D.A. isn’t currently commenting, investigators are reportedly being “flooded with calls” in the wake of the series. Surviving R. Kelly dove into the details surrounding the multiple disturbing allegations against Kelly. The series explored his alleged sexual relationship with an underage Aaliyah and featured several interviews with some of his alleged victims. Kelly is reportedly “disgusted” by the series and plans to “sue everybody” as well as discredit his alleged victims with a special website.