R. Kelly's two girlfriends defend him in heated CBS interview

Posted March 09, 2019

Kelly, who was charged last month for 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse after numerous allegations over the years, gave an explosive interview to "CBS This Morning" host Gayle King earlier this week. "Could you please just share that?' Yes, I did, I sent that to her".

King said he would at times cough to let the women know he was there.

R. Kelly is blaming scorned women and social media for his latest troubles.

According to the longtime R & B star, the reason why he didn't have as much money throughout his career relates to his own wrong-doing and ignorance, notably, not having the publishing rights to his money, one of the most important rights for an artist to make money.

Kelly's representatives had previously promised that he wouldn't be in the room when the two young women were interviewed.

While the negotiations will remain sealed, King surely deserves more coin for her work and dedication to a hard industry where many Black women are ousted from holding anchor positions, especially during primetime news.

Kelly, who is also facing felony charges that allege he sexually abused three girls and a woman in Chicago years ago, shouted and cried as he spoke with Gayle King of CBS This Morning.

The singer's defence attorney said he was having financial difficulties - his finances were a "mess".

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Kelly has suggested that the parents of both women handed them over to him - a charge the families have denied.

The network also plans to air interviews with two women who are now living with Mr Kelly, including one whose parents said she was being held against her will.

R Kelly, the Grammy-winning R&B singer facing sexual abuse charges, has said in a USA television interview that he is innocent and "fighting for my f***ing life".

"A lot of the public already thinks he's guilty, and there is a very negative image of him, so the only thing he might think he can do is try to change their minds", Thiagarajah said.

Clary became defensive when King asked if they were in a three-way sexual relationship with Kelly.

But Clary bristled when King asked if they were in a three-way sexual relationship.

"I could see him getting more heated, he was upset with me about some of the questions, that's ok, he was a little irritated, that's ok", said King. But I was never anxious he was going to hurt me. Clary also alleged that her parents tried to persuade her to film a sexual encounter with Kelly when she was underage.

"Well, both our parents, both our parents are basically out here trying to get money and scam", she added. They defended Kelly during an interview with CBS This Morning, and claimed their parents are trying to shake down Kelly for money he apparently doesn't have.

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Clary, 21, called her father a "manipulative liar".

Savage's parents held a press conference Wednesday, claiming Kelly lied in his interview with King, and that he has kept their daughter estranged from her family for two years.

Michael Avenatti, a lawyer for two of Mr Kelly's alleged victims, has responded to the singer's double jeopardy comments. "These are absolute lies fabricated by R. Kelly and we have evidence to show that these claims are bogus".

"R Kelly's tears are out of fear and despair", he said.

"What kind of father, what kind of mother would sell their daughter to a man?"

Kelly said those lies include that he's holding women against their will and that he has a "cult". "This is all f--king lies for money and if you can't see that, you are ignorant and you're stupid", she says.

"I'm trying to have a relationship with my kids and I can't do it because of the sex abuse allegations". "She sang and she couldn't sing". "It's cause she was lovely". Kelly and his label, RCA, parted ways, and several past collaborators disavowed him. Cook County Sheriff's office spokeswoman Sophia Ansari confirms to PEOPLE that Kelly was transferred to the county jail, where he will remain until he pays $161,000 in back child support that he owes.

And in fact, Lady Gaga has faced heat from all sides-those wanting her to condemn Kelly and also those wondering how someone, who is a survivor herself, could ever have made music with someone who had already faced some allegations.

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