R. Kelly refers to his alleged victims as & # 39; unsatisfied groups & # 39; while asking a judge to release him on bail prior to his trial
- R. Kelly is being held without a band in Chicago on charges of child pornography and forcing minors to have sex
- In court cases, the 52-year-old asked a judge to release him for trial because the allegations against him are incorrect
- He refers to the alleged victims as & # 39; unsatisfied groups & # 39; who have now only come forward in an attempt to become famous
- The R&B singer is transported to New York for a Friday night at related costs
R. Kelly has designated his alleged victims as & # 39; unsatisfied groups & # 39; while filing court documents urging a judge to release him on bail prior to trial.
The R&B singer is being detained in Chicago on charges of producing child pornography and forcing minors to have sex.
Kelly, 52, faces similar federal charges in New York, along with Illinois charges brought by Cook County prosecutors.
Documents submitted to the court by Kelly and obtained by TMZ, Kelly has asked a federal judge to release him because the allegations against him are incorrect.
R. Kelly has designated his alleged victims as & # 39; unsatisfied groups & # 39; because he is being held without a band in Chicago on charges such as producing child porn and forcing minors to have sex
& # 39; Groupies sought Robert's attention, even fought each other, voluntarily contacted him, came to his shows, longed to be with him & # 39 ;, stands in court, referring to his prosecutors .
Kelly sues in court documents that five of his accusers are only & # 39; dissatisfied & # 39; and have now only emerged in an effort to become famous.
& # 39; Five unsatisfied groupies who are not claimed to be minors, who now show groupie remorse so many years later and only after a TV show and an aggressive, vocal prosecutor in Cook County make a public call for & # 39; victims come & # 39 ;, tell your story and be famous & # 39 ;, says the legal filing.
He refers to the Lifetime series & # 39; Surviving R. Kelly & # 39; with interviews with more than 50 people who accused the singer of abuse.
Kelly claims that one of his alleged victims, who was not a minor at the time, came to his door and she & # 39; wanted him so badly & # 39; that she did not ask to use a condom.
Returning to an allegation, he gave her herpes, Kelly's lawyers claim that she & # 39; although promiscuous & # 39; used to be.
They also say that the authorities did not investigate how many sexual partners they had.
In court documents filed by Kelly, the singer asked a federal judge to release him pending his trial because the allegations against him are incorrect
Meanwhile, the federal judge overseeing his child pornography case will decide on Wednesday how tightly he should restrict access to and statements of evidence.
There is little doubt that Judge Harry Leinenweber will approve a form of protection order during Wednesday's hearing.
However, the singer's lawyers argued that the restrictions proposed by prosecutors were too broad and could impede their defense.
Kelly is imprisoned on charges of, among other things, forcing minors to have sex.
Marshals transport him to New York for a Friday deal on related charges.
He is not expected to attend the Chicago hearing on Wednesday.
Kelly has been withheld for decades for allegations that he has fallen victim to women and girls, although in 2008 he was acquitted of charges of child pornography in connection with a band that prosecutors said he had sex with a 13-year-old girl.
The singer claims that he is innocent and has said that he has never had sex with a minor.
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