The new Lifetime documentary, "Surviving R. Kelly," details the history of allegations against the singer. He's been accused of the sexual exploitation of minors, primarily young black women. According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, R. Kelly's manager was brought into Henry County authorities because of threats he made to parents who appeared in the documentary. Allegations against Kelly also said he held women against their will in homes he rented in north Fulton County.
Jennifer Frisco Bartl joined "On Second Thought" to discuss these issues and their reality in Georgia. She's the director of residential and clinical programs at Wellspring Living, an organization which provides trauma-informed care and residential programs for survivors of sexual abuse and exploitation.