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    szdaily -> Entertainment -> 
    R. Kelly released after child support paid
        2019-03-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    R&B singer R. Kelly was released from Cook County Jail on Saturday after US$161,000 in child support was paid on his behalf.

    Sophie Ansari, a spokeswoman for the Cook County Sheriff’s Department, which operates the jail, said the money was posted Saturday morning, but she did not know by whom.

    Kelly, 52, was ordered into custody Wednesday by a judge after he said he did not have the entire US$161,000 he owed in child support. Last month, he was charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse pertaining to four women, including three who were minors when the alleged abuse occurred. He was taken to the same jail.

    The “I Believe I Can Fly” singer pleaded not guilty to the charges and has denied any wrongdoing. Kelly, whose attorney said at the time that the singer’s finances were in disarray, spent a weekend in jail before a 47-year-old suburban Chicago business owner posted his US$100,000 bail, The Associated Press reported.

    This week, an interview between Kelly and Gayle King aired on “CBS This Morning” in which the singer swore he “didn’t do this stuff” and said he’s “fighting for his life.”

    “I’m very tired of all of the lies. I’ve been hearing things and seeing things on the blogs, and I’m just tired,” he said in the interview, adding that the things that bother him the most include “that little girls trapped in a basement, helicopters over my house, trying to rescue someone who doesn’t need to be rescued because they’re not in my house.”

    “[I did] lots of things wrong when it comes to women, but I apologized in those relationships,” Kelly said. He adamantly denied breaking any laws where women are concerned.

    The “Ignition” singer blamed “the power of social media” for spreading rumors about his alleged abuse and giving them traction.

    Kelly, one of the best-selling musical artists of all time, has been dogged for decades by allegations that he violated underage girls and women and held some as virtual slaves. He came back into headlines following the explosive documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly” that aired in January. (SD-Agencies)

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