R. Kelly asked a judge to reconsider letting him out on bond. The disgraced singer says he won't even look at young girls under the age of 18 and he will wear a GPS monitor.
In court documents obtained by The Blast, Kelly's lawyers claimed he is not a flight risk because he's broke.
Kelly's legal team states, "Mr. Kelly no longer has the money or the entourage he once did to help him in his endeavors."
Kelly was arrested last month by federal agents out of the Eastern District of Illinois. He pleaded not guilty to 11 new sex abuse-related felonies involving victims between the ages of 13 and 16 at the time of the alleged offenses.
His lawyer said Kelly would submit to house arrest with GPS monitoring to ensure he doesn't flee.
"Mr. Kelly presents no risk of flight. He is a lifelong resident of Illinois. Mr. Kelly never missed a single court date, from 2002 to 2008, on his previous case. The court did not consider that Mr. Kelly appeared for each and every day of his trial and was present when the jury's verdict was read."
His lawyer says, "Mr. Kelly is being held in the Special Housing Unit because of who he is, not what he has done. That unit is also known as the 'hole.'"
They complain that "the conditions are harsh. He is always locked up. There is no daily shower, no day room, no television or radio, no contact with other inmates, no recreation, and phone privileges are severely restricted."
The lawyers said Kelly's funds are so low, he will ask to terminate his child support and kick his 2 girlfriends - Joycelyn Savage (left) and Azriel Clary - out of his luxury condo.
"He has had to request to terminate his child support obligation and his girlfriends, with whom he lived, will have to move as a result of this incarceration."
In the court documents, Kelly reportedly called his 5 accusers "disgruntled groupies" who showed up at his concerts pleading with him to be with them.
Kelly has been locked up in Chicago's downtown Metropolitan Correctional Center after he was arrested by Homeland Security agents and NYPD detectives while walking his dog outside Chicago's Trump Tower.
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