Kelly Back Behind Bars As His Money Problems Gets Worst

Kelly Back Behind Bars As His Money Problems Gets Worst

Kelly Back Behind Bars As His Money Problems Gets Worst

Savage's lawyer on Wednesday also disputed Kelly's assertions that they had handed over or sold Jocelyn. His hands weren't cuffed.

A judge in Chicago said he would be held until he paid $161,000 (£122,000) owed to his ex-wife and their children. The current predicament he finds himself in is not directly related to the prosecutors undertaken by Michael Avenatti & company, even though causal links do readily exist between Kelly's ex-wife Drea and the singer's twisted history of molesting underage women.

The alleged victim, who is now 30, has claimed R. Kelly lured her to his Detroit hotel room for sex when she was just 13 years old in December 2001. "I'm not Lucifer", Kelly said.

The arrest comes less than two weeks after Kelly put up $100,000 to be released from custody on criminal sexual abuse charges. He didn't appear to say anything as he walked past a throng of reporters into the courtroom on Wednesday.

Kelly has pleaded not guilty to the 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse that he faces.

"Whether they're old rumors, new rumors, future rumors, not true", Kelly said.

After R. Kelly's interview with Gayle yesterday aired and Joycelyn's family held a press conference condemning Kelly and begging their daughter to get in touch, Joycelyn reached out to her parents by phone and reiterated that she remains with Kelly by choice.

The couple's attorney, Gerald Griggs, bristled at Kelly's assertions that the Savages offered up their daughter to him and were in it for the money.

'I'm fighting for my (expletive) life'.

Bail has not been set for Kelly's Wednesday arrest, but he has allegedly been told he'll be in prison until he can produce the $161,663, Buzzfeed reported. "Forget the blogs, forget how you feel about me", Kelly said.

"I'm talking about the other cases where women have come forward and said: 'R". He denies doing anything against their will. "All you have to do is push a button on your phone" to start an untrue allegation on social media, which he blames for this latest prosecution.

At this point, Kelly stood up, pounding his fist and beating his chest as he declared: "Are you all trying to kill me?" He says he needs someone to help him "not have a big heart".

Hours before the Wednesday's hearing, CBS aired an interview with the musician in which he denied those charges - his first public comments since being indicted last month.

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