"The song is called "Do What U Want (With My Body)", I think it's clear how explicitly twisted my thinking was at the time."I'm sorry, both for my poor judgment when I was young, and for not speaking out sooner", the singer said back in January".
She said Clary's account was true.
"I was so exhausted of not knowing where my money was, where my publishing is", Kelly said. "All of the victims and parents can not be lying".
When a reporter asked Johnson how Kelly was feeling about going back to jail, he replied, "Depressed, deflated, upset".
Last month, Kelly was charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse in Chicago's Cook County. The two share three children: Joann, 21, Jay, 19, and Robert, 17.
At one stage, Ms King suggested that Mr Kelly sounded like he was "playing the victim card".
Kelly has staunchly denied that he's the man in the video and was acquitted of any charges in regard to the tape in 2008. Kelly also says, "I know older women as well".
In newly broadcast footage of his interview with Gayle King of "CBS This Morning", Kelly said that his ex-wife had dragged his name through the mud to the point that he couldn't work. The attorneys said the families have never asked for or received any money from Kelly.
King responded, "No, I wouldn't but I..." before Clary cut her off. "Their mothers and fathers told me, 'We're going to destroy your career'". But it was clear that King was getting close to Kelly's soft spots, because the singer began to overreact to her questions and became extremely emotional. "You're trying to solicit me like I'm some f-ing ho".
"This is all f***ing lies for money and if you can't see that then you're ignorant and you're stupid".
Savage's family was shocked by the interview and continued to allege that Kelly had brainwashed their daughter. She has alleged she had a sexual relationship with the singer when she was 16. "I believe I'm telling y'all". In his heart, mind, body and soul he believes he's done no wrong.
Kelly's camp, she said, really appreciated that she said on CBS This Morning she was never afraid of R. Kelly during the interview and did not think herself in any danger when he became unhinged, though she again said she anxious he might accidentally hurt her as he flailed his arms about angrily.
Kelly has denied all wrongdoing in the most recent allegations.
King, who is winning praise for her interview, said that her children and best friend Oprah Winfrey called to ask if she was anxious for her safety during Kelly's outburst.
"They were describing Lucifer", Kelly said. "I make mistakes, but I'm not a devil, and by no means am I a monster".
R. Kelly also told King his finances are in shambles because "so many people have been stealing my money".
He and the girl allegedly seen with him denied they were in the 27-minute video, even though the picture quality was good and witnesses testified it was them.
"I said, well let [Joycelyn] sing", Kelly said.
"I have been assassinated", Kelly said. I have been buried alive.
King went on to explain that King's team actually reached out to her for the interview. He cried as he hit his hands together, saying, "I'm fighting for my (expletive) life". "Y'all killing me with this s-!"
"I'm trying to have a relationship with my kids and I can't do it" because of the sexual abuse allegations, he shouted.
In the segments released today, Kelly spoke about his dire financial state, revealing that he only has around $350,000 to his name.
The women also echoed claims made by Kelly that the alleged victims parents were the ones who "sold" them to the singer.
Kelly said those lies include that he's holding women against their will and that he has a "cult".