Kelly Jailed Again, This Time for Unpaid Child Support

Kelly Jailed Again, This Time for Unpaid Child Support

Nobody said something good. "He just doesn't have the money".

The family, who wanted to visit Joycelyn Savage in Chicago after R. Kelly was charged with 10 counts of sexual abuse, has not seen Joycelyn Savage in person in years.

In his own interview with the network Wednesday morning, the R&B star accused the girls' parents of handing them over to him for money.

"There's been a lot of things going on in Mr. Kelly's life", Johnson said when asked about why he couldn't afford to pay. Since the case is under seal, reporters and other members of the public were not allowed in the courtroom for the proceedings.

The woman told investigators that she was visiting her mother in MI at the time and was introduced to the singer by a friend who also happened to be Kelly's assistant. Johnson said the entire sum wasn't available due to Kelly being unable to work. I understand that you're happy, but why haven't you been able to call any of your family or friends, or come to your granddaddy's funeral? "This is not me!"

When asked how Kelly can still live in the Trump Tower, he replied that Kelly "has some money".

He ranted: "Quit playing, I didn't do this stuff".

However, a family in Georgia said they haven't been in contact with their daughter for two years.

Detroit police say they are aware of an allegation made by a woman who said she had sex with singer R. Kelly at a Detroit area hotel in 2001 when she was 13-years-old. "I'm fighting for my fucking life!" he said, before being calmed down by an aide. "So that is a clear indication to us, and as a mother, that something is definitely wrong with this situation".




"We never "sold" our daughter to him or anyone else..."

Meanwhile, the D.A. could charge him criminally for his failure to make his payments, where any amount over $20k is considered a felony.

R. Kelly says she's his girlfriend, but Joycelyn Savage's parents allege she is a brainwashed victim being held against her will.

Kelly told CBS it was Savage's father that brought his daughter to him. And shortly after that, during an interview, Joycelyn Savage denied that she was being held against her will.

"Whether they're old rumours, new rumours, future rumours, not true", Kelly said.

Kelly met the latter when she was only 17 years old back in 2015 at a concert of his. "As you know, he hasn't worked in a long time", Johnson told the Tribune.

In response, Savage's parents held a press conference where they denied the singer's claims.

The call was on speaker-phone at the office of the couple's lawyer, Gerald Griggs, and was captured on cellphone video and posted on Twitter.

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