R. KELLY has slammed a report his home was searched as part of a police hunt for a missing 17-year-old girl.
The National Enquirer alleges the R&B singer’s house in Chicago was raided by police earlier this year (09) in a hunt for the missing teen.
But his management have fiercely denied the report, blasting it as "completely false" and insisting cops did not search his property.
Representative Allan Mayer says, "A wildly exaggerated and inaccurate report has been circulating on the Internet that Olympia Fields police showed up at R. Kelly’s house with a search warrant just before the singer left for his three-week concert tour in Africa last month and then searched the place looking for a missing 17-year-old girl.
"This is completely false. No police ever showed up at Kelly’s house with a search warrant nor was his house ever searched. It is also not true, as the unsubstantiated report claimed, that any such girl ever stayed overnight in Kelly’s house or that she had been there but left shortly before some mythical police search."
Authorities confirmed the star was not involved in any investigation and the girl has since been found.
The bogus claims come a year after Kelly was acquitted on 14 charges of videotaping himself having sex with an underage girl.
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