Chicago singer R. Kelly didn’t waste time grubbing after posting bail. New reports claim the crooner pulled through to a local McDonald’s Monday night and couldn’t avoid flashing lights.
According to reports, Kells posted his $100,000 bond Monday and soon after hit up a Chi-Town area McDonald’s fast food restaurant.
Kelly’s $100k bond — 10% of his $1 million bail — was finally posted Monday after he appeared in court and entered a not guilty to plea to all 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse. 5:05 PM PT — R. Kelly made a pit stop after leaving jail, stopping off at McDonald’s for some quick eats. We’re told Kelly ordered a quarter pounder meal with BBQ sauce on the side, washing it down with a soda and some coffee. We’re told Kels got cream and sugar with his coffee, but he went back to the counter and asked for more. (TMZ)
According to reports, Kells’ attorney popped into court on his behalf yesterday to plead not guilty to 10 sexual abuse charges.
R. Kelly has pleaded not guilty to 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse. His attorney Steve Greenberg entered the plea for Kelly in a Chicago courtroom Monday. Greenberg also told the judge that Kelly has turned in his passport — though the 52-year-old hasn’t been able to post bail yet. Kelly, one of the most successful R&B acts of all time, was indicted on 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse against four victims, prosecutors said. (CNN)
I can confirm that we will be providing a second video showing R. Kelly engaged in sexual assault of a minor to prosecutors this morning. This tape was recently uncovered in connection with our ongoing nationwide investigation on behalf of victims. Justice must be done.
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) February 25, 2019
On Saturday, Robert had his bail bond set at $1 million with a few major restrictions attached.
A judge set bond for R. Kelly at $1 million Saturday on charges the singer sexually abused four females from 1998 to 2010. Under the terms of his bond, Kelly must surrender his passport and may not have contact with anyone under 18. His next court appearance is set for Monday. (CNN)
Last night, Kells’ legal team addressed his client’s decision to surrender to police.
His attorney, Steve Greenberg, said Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx succumbed to public pressure and that his client is an innocent man. “I think all the women are lying,” Greenberg said. Kelly didn’t speak to the media. “Mr. Kelly is strong, he’s got a lot of support and he’s going to be vindicated on all these charges — one by one if it has to be,” Greenberg said. (CNN)
— Megan Crepeau (@crepeau) February 23, 2019