R. Kelly: Gayle King Says Kelly Tried To Control Girlfriends' CBS Interview

R. Kelly: Gayle King Says Kelly Tried To Control Girlfriends' CBS Interview

R. Kelly: Gayle King Says Kelly Tried To Control Girlfriends' CBS Interview

Experts said Kelly's appearance was risky and could backfire if it gives prosecutors more information to use against him at trial. "After speaking with her little sister, Joycelyn paused from the seemingly prepared script and was able to share her love for her family".

He also said he never held a woman against her will and denied claims he has a harem or cult of women and said that's just another lie about him concocted by bitter exes or others out for money.

"They are lying on me", Kelly said.

"Well, both our parents, both our parents are basically out here trying to get money and scam", she added.

"If you really look at that documentary, which I'm sure you have... everybody says something bad about me". The parents of the two women denied they sold their daughters to him.

"How can I pay child support, how, if my ex-wife is destroying my name and I can't work?"

Kelly was just taken back into custody for unpaid back child support today and won't be released until he pays about $161,000.

The charges relate to four victims, with three of them being under age. Clary even claimed that her parents encouraged her to make sexual videos with Kelly while she was still 17, so that they would have footage to blackmail him in the future. In the candid sit-down Kelly was overcome with emotion and burst into tears as he continued to deny the sexual abuse allegations against him. "And they're just very upset", Savage said.

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The full uncut interview with Kelly is scheduled to air on Friday night on CBS.

In the interview, Clary said she first met Kelly at one of his concerts in 2015. In the morning, his two live-in girlfriends defended him and threw their own parents under the bus.

Following R. Kelly's explosive interview Wednesday with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King, two women who are reportedly dating the embattled singer criticized their parents, with one claiming that her mother and father told her to lie about how old she was. From there, King said while that may be true this is a much different circumstance, to which Clary replied: "it's not a different circumstance, people all over the world have multiple girlfriends".

The interview, which was recorded earlier this week, marked the first time Kelly has spoken publicly since his arrest last month in the sexual abuse case.

Clary also claimed that Kelly did not promise her a career in music at any point during their relationship.

Wendy Williams kicked off "Hot Topics" with R. Kelly and the sexual abuse allegations against him for the 2nd day in a row on March 7. "This is all f***king lies for money and if you can't see that, you are ignorant and you're stupid as f**k because you want to be", Clary said.

"I'm very exhausted of all of the lies", Kelly said.

"The second week I was there, I was plotting my escape", McGee said. King then asked whether they have a "three-way sexual relationship" with the singer, but the women shied away from answering. "You're trying to solicit me like I'm some kind of f***ing prostitute. Why would I do that?" he said.

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