R. Kelly: 'We're going to straighten all this stuff out'

Kelly pleaded not guilty on February 25 to 10 counts of aggravated criminal sex abuse against four victims three of them minors

Kelly pleaded not guilty on February 25 to 10 counts of aggravated criminal sex abuse against four victims three of them minors

Kelly has denied any wrongdoing and has pleaded not guilty to the charges. Following being released, Kelly addressed the press who were waiting for him outside of Cook County jail.

Allred said her client has answered all questions, and is willing to "testify under oath" about the allegations of sexual abuse.

Kelly was previously arrested when he was charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, and was forced to post $1 million as bail for his freedom.

Interestingly, the police came after R. Kelly for the unpaid child support payments around the same time as the uproar over the allegations.

R. Kelly is back on the streets.

Kelly was taken into custody on Wednesday after he failed to pay more than $161,663 in child support to his second ex-wife, Andrea Lee, before a court hearing that morning.

A new R. Kelly accuser has come forward alleging she was victimized by the singer when she was merely 13-years-old, and the woman is willing to testify under oath.

"I promise, we will straighten this out", he said.

Gloria Allred revealed on Friday, March 8, 2019, that she will be representing the unnamed woman - whose identity is being kept secret - and said the woman had already been interviewed by law enforcement. He speculated that the money was raised by friends and fans but said he didn't know exactly who had raised it.

In his explosive interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King, he said he only had $350,000 left in his bank account. Kelly, whose attorney said at the time that the singer's finances were in disarray, then spent a weekend in jail before a 47-year-old suburban Chicago business owner posted his $100,000 bail.

"Based on the information received, we have made several attempts to follow up with her". He now remains behind bars in a Cook County jail and will stay there unless he can come up with the amount owed which is $161,633, according to TMZ Friday. "Hate me if you want to, love me if you want".

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