R. Kelly Denies Sexual Abuse Allegations in Explosive Interview

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R. Kelly is breaking his silence after being charged with aggravated sexual abuse.

During an explosive interview with “CBS This Morning” host Gayle King, which lasted an hour and 20 minutes, the R&B famous person refuted accusations that he had sexual relations with underage ladies, calling them lies.

“People are going again to my previous,” he stated within the first clip launched from the interview. “They’re going again to the previous they usually’re making an attempt so as to add all of these things now to that—to make the entire stuff that’s occurring now really feel actual to folks.”

When King stated his previous (Kelly was acquitted on little one pornography costs in 2008) was nonetheless related, he responded, “Absolutely no it’s not,” including, “Because for one, I beat my case. When you beat one thing, you beat it. We can’t double jeopardy me like that. It’s not honest.”

King introduced up the allegations from a number of girls, together with those that say Kelly was emotionally and bodily abusive, which Kelly strongly denied. “Not true. Whether they’re previous rumors, new rumors, future rumors, not true,” he stated.

When requested if he held girls towards their will, Kelly fired again. “I don’t must. Why would I? How silly wouldn’t it be for R. Kelly, with all I’ve been via in my manner, well past to carry someone—not to mention 4, 5, six, 50 you stated, how silly would I be to do this? That’s silly guys.”

He then appeared immediately into the digicam and pleaded his case. “Use your frequent sense. Forget the blogs. Forget how you are feeling about me. Hate me if you wish to, love me if you wish to. But simply use your frequent sense. How silly wouldn’t it be for me with my loopy previous and what I’ve been via. Oh, proper now I simply suppose I should be a monster and maintain ladies towards their will, chain ’em up in my basement and don’t let ’em eat and don’t let ’em out, until they want some footwear down the road from they uncle. Stop it.”

With tears in his eyes, an emotional Kelly declared his innocence. “Ya’ll stop playin’. Quit playin’. I didn’t do that stuff. This will not be me. I’m fightin’ for my fu**in’ life.”

The singer surrendered to police on 10 counts of aggravated prison sexual abuse on Feb. 22. The costs contain 4 girls, three of whom had been underage on the time of the alleged occasions. Kelly was launched after spending the weekend in jail and posting $100,000 of his $1 million bail.

The full interview will air Wednesday on “CBS This Morning.”