On CBS, An Indicted R. Kelly Literally Screams His Innocence

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Just hours after a heated interview aired on CBS where musician R. Kelly declared his innocence on charges of sexual abuse, he was back in custody on Wednesday for failing to pay child support.

The 52-year-old singer was taken out the back of the courtroom at Chicago's Daley Center with his hands behind his back.

R. Kelly has been arrested for allegedly failing to pay his child support.

"I sit here and say this: I had two cases back then that I said in the beginning of the interview that I would not talk about because of my ongoing case now", Kelly responded.

"He was taken into custody and he will be transported to Cook County jail later today", Sophia Ansari of the local sheriff's office said following a court hearing in Chicago.

R. Kelly's mugshot was released on Wednesday (March 6) evening after he was arrested for $161,663 in unpaid child support.

Andrea Kelly's manager David France told the Chicago Sun-Times prior to Wednesday's hearing that the singer hadn't made the payment as of 5 p.m. Tuesday.

"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.

"Stop it. You don't quit playing!"

She claims she had sex again with Kelly in a Detroit recording studio several weeks after their first sexual encounter. "This is not me", Kelly told King.

The call took place after her parents, Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, held a news conference in Georgia during which they said they hadn't spoken to their daughter in two years and alleged that Kelly was holding her against her will.

The Savage family said Kelly brainwashed their daughter and another woman who is living with them. Quit playing. I didn't do this stuff. "I'm fighting for my f****** life". "We have reached out, at the direction of the victim, to her lawyer, and we are eagerly waiting to speak to her". More of the interview will air Wednesday and Thursday on "CBS This Morning".

"So I think the point you're making is, and correct me if I'm wrong, that you have never held anybody against their will?" Y'all just don't want to believe the truth. "And he also has no clue as to how "double jeopardy" works", the attorney tweeted.

In a follow-up tweet, Avenatti addressed the emotion that Kelly shows in the interview: "R. Kelly's tears are out of fear and despair".

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