Kelly released from jail after payment made

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

R. Kelly walked out of Cook County Jail on Saturday for the second time in two weeks - this time after coming up with more than $160,000 in overdue child support.

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. Kelly and dancer Andrea Kelly divorced in 2009 and he is supposed to make payments of $20,000 per month, as well as educational expenses for his children, who are ages 16, 18, and 20.

According to reports, the woman wishes to remain anonymous and is being represented by attorney Gerald Griggs, the same lawyer working with the family of Kelly's girlfriend Joycelyn Savage.

Kelly also told King he had "zero" relationship with his three children but said that they love him.

After an arrest tied to the numerous sexual abuse allegations against him, the "I Believe I Can Fly" crooner was locked up again on Wednesday for not paying child support. At the time, Kelly's defense attorney said the singer's finances were "a mess".

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Kelly has denied any wrongdoing and has pleaded not guilty to the charges.

During his explosive interview with Gayle King, R.Kelly said that he only has $350,000 left to his name, a result of which he claims is from people stealing his money.

R. Kelly has been a target of a boycott campaign, and his recording contract has been cancelled. "I promise you." He then went on to thank fans after he asked if he had anything to say to them. "But I'm alive", Kelly added.

He said Kelly did not have the whole amount because he has not been able to work.

Kelly was jailed this week on a civil contempt charge and ordered to pay $161, 663 in back support as ordered by the judge presiding over his divorce case. Everybody is now coming forward and saying, "I met this man, and this is what happened". "I made mistakes, but I'm not a devil".

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