R. Kelly is back on the streets.

The R&B singer has paid off his kid assistance debts to ex-wife Drea Kelly — every single single cent of the $161,633 that he owed, for what it is worth — and now he’s back out on the streets as a absolutely free man immediately after getting released from Cook County Jail in Illinois on Saturday morning.

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And as he walked out of jail, Kelly had words for the cameras and media members that gathered there to document his freedom, also. According to TMZ, the disgraced performer mentioned (under):

“I guarantee we’re gonna straighten all this out. That is all I can say proper now. I adore my fans.”


Contemplating what’s been reported earlier now from Kelly’s old lawyer, who is now coming clean about his defense of the singer additional than a decade ago, perhaps it’ll be a small additional complex than we can visualize to have this complete point straightened out.

Anyways, the embattled artist is now a absolutely free man once again immediately after somehow scrounging up six figures of cold, really hard money that he reportedly didn’t have only to send it off to his ex-wife. And crazier but, sources are claiming that Kelly got the influx of money from a “benefactor” who took pity on him and helped him out. Um, seriously?! We’d adore to know who THAT individual could be…

Of course, even although he’s absolutely free from jail now, it is FAR from the finish for Kelly in court the singer is nevertheless facing a whopping ten counts of aggravated sexual abuse in Chicago, and other sexual misconduct allegations are triggering investigations elsewhere proper now, also.

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Additional bizarre nevertheless, public figure and higher-profile attorney Michael Avenatti continues to wade his personal way into this controversy, revealing on Saturday morning that his group continues to uncover “significant extra evidence” that Kelly violated the Mann Act by transporting underage girls across state lines to sexually assault them.

Here’s what Avenatti posted to his Twitter account just a handful of hours ago (under):

“Our investigation has now uncovered considerable extra proof that R Kelly and his handlers transported underage girls across state lines for the goal of enabling him to sexually assault them. We will be turning more than the proof to law enforcement forthwith.”

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Michael Avenatti’s March 9 tweet about the possibility that proof allegedly uncovered how R. Kelly may possibly have violated the Mann Act. / (c) Michael Avenatti/Twitter


For what it is worth, of course, Avenatti was the guy who turned more than these two new sex tapes that at some point brought back the initially ten-count indictment against Kelly… so perhaps there’s one thing right here?

Regardless, the point is this: R. Kelly is not even close to getting out of legal hot water. In truth, the definitely challenging stuff hasn’t even begun. And but, at least for now, he’s when once again a absolutely free man who can come and go as he pleases when the court method functions internally towards what we can all only hope will be suitable and fair justice at the finish of all of this.

Thoughts, Perezcious readers? Let us know what you are considering in the comments (under)…

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