Alleged pedophile and girl imprisoner (and definite histrionic asshole) R. Kelly was safely ensconced in a prison cell for not paying child support. And then someone had to go and pay it for him, just like how that diner owner/”friend“ paid to get him out of jail after he was arrested on sexual abuse charges. Who are these people? And why can’t they pay our outstanding student loans instead? The majority of people with outstanding student loans never (allegedly) started evil sex cults! Where’s our free money?!? TMZ reports that R. Kelly has once again been loosed on society.
Robert was released from Cook County Jail in Chicago yesterday morning after he was able to pay the $161,633 in child support that he owed his ex-wife Drea Kelly. He reportedly had financial support from a “benefactor.” It sounds like it was a real shitshow outside the jail with “fans” celebrating his temporary release from all this evil injustice. These are the same sort of people refusing to leave Neverland if you smell what I’m stepping in.
Interestingly, he did have fans screaming for him outside … including one woman who yelled, “Please touch my hand!”
Lady, I hope you have some Purell because you don’t know whose piss that is on it. “Robert…Robert” took a moment to address his well-wishers.
As he walked out, Kelly said, “I promise we’re gonna straighten all this out. That’s all I can say right now. I love my fans.”
And the worst part is that this mystery “a benefactor” helped him cover the child support he owed!
During the now infamous screamy drama queen interview he did with Gayle King for CBS, Robert claimed that it was his ex’s fault that he couldn’t cover his child support. He alleges that Drea’s “lies” about abuse have prevented him from working so he couldn’t make the money to pay her. Yet, he allegedly has the funds to allegedly keep several girls trapped in his own real-life James Patterson novel. Money management is important, Robert!
Sources are also saying that, contrary to claims that he’s been trying to reconnect with his three kids, he hasn’t seen them or tried to see them in two years.
R. is currently facing 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse in Chicago, and that’s not including new accusations from a girl in Detroit. The feds are also looking into whether or not R. violated the Mann Act, which “prohibits transportation of minors across state lines for purpose of sex or debauchery.” That’s a federal beef, which would mean A LOT more jail time. I believe you can’t fly, R. Kelly!