The network behind the documentary “Surviving R. Kelly,” which explored allegations of sexual abuse against the singer, is planning an investigative documentary about billionaire financier Jeffrey Epstein who is currently facing charges related to sex trafficking.

A+E Networks, which owns Lifetime, said in a press release on Tuesday that it was developing the series, thus far titled “Surviving Jeffrey Epstein,” which will explore Epstein’s high-profile connections “used to shield his predatory behavior with young girls.”

“Accused of sex crimes with minors and trafficking, registered sex offender Epstein allegedly hid in plain sight while enablers protected him for over two decades, until his arrest by the FBI earlier this month,” the press release for the ordered investigative doc alleges.