R&B singer R. Kelly and his attorney Steve Greenberg had to fight their way through a mob of photographers and reporters outside the Cook County jail after the crooner somehow found $100,000 in cash to pay 10% of his $1 million bond on Tuesday in Chicago.
Kelly, 52, spent the weekend in jail after failing to come up with $100K to post his bond following his arrest on Friday.
Kelly was being held after turning himself in to face 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse of four female victims, including three minors under age 17.
Earlier Monday, Greenberg pleaded not guilty on Kelly's behalf, according to the Associated Press.
"He did not force anyone to have sex," Greenberg told reporters over the weekend. "He's a rock star. He doesn't have to have non-consensual sex."
Kelly's legal team blamed the new charges on the recent Lifetime network documentary Surviving R. Kelly, which he said "has created collusion between and amongst female friends who have been converted to victims". The documentary showcased decades-old sexual misconduct accusations against the star.
His next court date is scheduled for March 22.
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