R Kelly Breaks Down As He Speaks Out After His Arrest

R Kelly breaks down during interview about sexual abuse allegations

R Kelly breaks down during interview about sexual abuse allegations

"These are absolute lies fabricated by R. Kelly and we have evidence to show that these claims are bogus".

The R&B star was arrested last month and charged with sexually abusing four people.

"I'm crying because you guys don't know the truth", Clary said, according to an excerpt of the interview released on Wednesday. "How come it was OK for me to see them until they weren't getting no money from me?" I never thought he was going to hit me", King told O: "The Oprah Magazine. "I'm just being honest". Kelly's team, he said, was working hard to get the $161,633 needed to secure his release.

"I don't need to [hold girls against their will]", he says later.

Kelly spent three days in jail last month after being arrested on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse involving four victims - three of whom were minors - on February 22.

At one stage, Ms King suggested that Mr Kelly sounded like he was "playing the victim card".

Ronn said: "R Kelly is using the court of public opinion to try and influence the court of law".

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Hours earlier, Kelly's attorney Steven Greenberg pleaded not guilty on Kelly's behalf, reported the Associated Press.

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. The parents of the two women denied they sold their daughters to him.

"What kind of father, what kind of mother would sell their daughter to a man?" he asked. "They don't want any money".

Another clip of King's interview with Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage was also aired Thursday morning. Watch the interview footage with Kelly here; watch the interview with Savage and Clary here. "How stupid would it be for R. Kelly, with all I've been through in my way way past, to hold somebody, let alone 4, 5, 6, 50, you said - why - how stupid would I be to do that?!" He claims that the only thing that he's guilty of is "having a big heart" and King says that she believes he's honest, although he has acknowledged that he's made mistakes. It alleged he engaged in sexual, mental and physical abuse of girls and women. He has won multiple Grammys, including for his hit song "I Believe I Can Fly".

Kelly has denied all wrongdoing in the most recent allegations. King then asked whether they have a "three-way sexual relationship" with the singer, but the women shied away from answering.

In the Lifetime documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly", his ex-wife, Andrea Kelly, said that she called the National Domestic Violence Hotline when the two were married. Both women said they were in love with Kelly. "My kids is listening to this, all of this nonsense and I ain't been able to spend no time with them. I've made mistakes. But I'm not a devil and by no means am I a monster".

At one point in the segment, Kelly leapt out of his chair in anger and yelled at the camera, while King sat cool, calm and collected. He rambled about proposing to his ex-wife Andrea on a helicopter with a puppy and denied ever abusing her.

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