Psychologist Analyzes R. Kelly's Interview With Gayle King

Psychologist Analyzes R. Kelly's Interview With Gayle King

Psychologist Analyzes R. Kelly's Interview With Gayle King

When King notes his alleged sordid history (in 2008, Kelly was put on trial for child pornography for an infamous videotape that supposedly showed him urinating on an underage girl), saying, "But the past is relevant with you with underage girls", Kelly snaps.

TV journalist Gayle King is being lauded for her impressive and ever-professional interview with disgraced R&B singer R. Kelly, who stands accused of ten counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.

He pleaded not guilty to all the charges and is now out on bail.

"Mr. Kelly stated on Gayle King's show that Mr. Timothy Savage provided his daughter on stage at a concert that Mr. Kelly was performing at", he said.

Cook County Sheriff's office spokeswoman Sophia Ansari confirms to PEOPLE that Kelly was transferred to the county jail, where he will remain until he pays $161,000 in back child support that he owes.

"But, I will tell you this".

"So what I was really thinking to myself was: I'm not done with this interview, so I'm going to let him have his moment". "Because for one, I beat my case".

King continued to press Kelly on the indictments, as well as the numerous women who have come forward over the years, more recently in Lifetime's Surviving R. Kelly docuseries. "I make mistakes, but I'm not a devil, and by no means am I a monster".

Hampton asked the victims what they would say to R. Kelly if he were watching. So, who is the 23-year-old who is denying that she is part of a sex cult? The singer gave an emphatic, "No!" King will have an interview Friday with two women who are living with the singer.

"I have been assassinated. I have been buried alive, but I'm alive".

Things got heated when King asked, "You have never held anybody against their will?"

"I don't need to!" "How stupid would it be for me ... with my insane past and what I've been through?"

"Just use your common sense", Kelly said.

He cited a previous acquittal and whined, "You can't double-jeopardy me like that". "You don't want to believe it!" "How stupid would it be for me, with my insane past and what I've been through - oh right, now I just think I have to be a monster and hold girls against their will, chain them up in my basement, and don't let them eat, don't let them out, unless they need some shoes down the street from their uncle!"

He yelled, "Stop it".

"Quit playing. I didn't do this stuff, this is not me", he shouts, beating his chest, and using several profanities. This is not me! "I didn't do this stuff, this is not me, I am fighting for my f****** life". Y'all killing me with this shit!

He insisted people were trying to ruin his 30-year career, but then said his fight was "not about music". I. the rest of this interview - based on the stills that I've seen posted - honestly, I've no words. "I don't believe that prison will help or "fix" Robert's actual problems".

BLAME GAME | When Kelly suggested that he has been the target of betrayal after betrayal, all because his "heart is so big", King wasn't having it. "People betray me, and I keep forgiving 'em!"

"I just knew that I was never in danger", Kind told The Oprah Magazine. I'm just telling the truth.

"We have never received a penny from R. Kelly". It's because this is the first time I was able to say something.

"R.Kelly the new Jordan Crying meme now", another said.

R. Kelly breaks down in CBS interview with Gayle King.

There's plenty of action happening in the R. Kelly sexual abuse case before his March 22, 2019, return to court.

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