R. Kelly freed from jail after someone made $161,000 payment

R. Kelly freed from jail after someone made $161,000 payment

R. Kelly freed from jail after someone made $161,000 payment

The most charges against Kelly followed the release of a documentary in January called Surviving R. Kelly.

Kelly's attorney went on to say that "there is no money", for the women accusing the singer while hinting that the only real incentive for the women going public is "fame".

Bond was set at $1 million on those charges, but Kelly was unable to post the necessary $100,000 until after he spent a weekend in the jail.

Johnson said he hopes Kelly would be able to leave jail by the end of the week, noting that Kelly was "depressed, deflated, and upset" when he found out he had to return to jail.

Valencia Patrice Love, of Romeoville, has described herself as a friend of Kelly and a fan of his music.

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Although he is free, R. Kelly still faces 10 felony counts of sexual abuse of three minors and another woman who says he forced her to have oral sex against her will. She did not immediately know who posted the money.

Someone other than R. Kelly paid a six-figure tab to get the disgraced singer out of jail in Chicago for the second time in as many weeks. Just hours after his arrest, new allegations of sexual abuse against the 52-year-old singer surfaced. R. Kelly has told his team that he wants a speedy trial and that he's prepared for one.

On Wednesday, it was revealed that the longtime music legend was taken into custody following a failure to pay back child support bills to his ex-wife. A judge refused to let Kelly pay in installments. Cook County prosecutors allege he abused a woman and three girls over the span of 12 years.

Wearing a bright red jacket, bluejeans and the cuff of his blue dress shirt peeking out from a gray hooded sweatshirt, Kelly briskly walked out of the jail shortly before noon Saturday after three nights in custody.

The singer's recent legal troubles have highlighted the fact that his finances are now "a mess", and he even claimed in a recent CBS interview that someone had been stealing from his bank accounts. I gave you 30 years of my f***ing career! "Use your common sense", he said through sobs and screams, before claiming that "people have been stealing my money".

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