R. Kelly Accuses Victims Of "Collusion"

The singer's reps accuse his victims of working together to ruin their client.

(AllHipHop News) R. Kelly has accused his alleged victims of "collusion" after surrendering to police to face sex crimes charges.

The "I Believe I Can Fly" hitmaker, full name Robert Sylvester Kelly, turned himself into police in Chicago, Illinois on Friday after he was indicted on 10 charges of aggravated sexual abuse involving four women, three of whom were minors, dating back as long ago as 1998.

His bail bond has been set at $1 million and he will languish in jail until he can raise an initial $100,000 payment???

The R&B superstar's lawyer Brian Nix has now told Rolling Stone his client is "disappointed" by "unsubstantiated allegations" he believes are motivated by money and blamed the claims on the recent Lifetime documentary "Surviving R. Kelly."

"Rob is disappointed by the unsubstantiated allegations of behavior that portrays him as a monster by people with a pecuniary motive," Brian Nix said. "He believes that the scripted documentary by Lifetime has created collusion between and amongst female friends who have been converted to victims."

Kelly's adviser Don Russell also called the charges a "conspiracy," saying that his client was "hypersexual" due to being abused as a child himself - but denied the claims stating the singer is "biggest survivor out of all of this."

The 52-year-old's team are reportedly trying to obtain the $100,000 that would secure his release on the condition he surrenders his passport and avoid contact with women under the age of 18.

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How is he “pulling a Donald Trump”? When Trump was the one being accused of collusion 🤷🏽‍♂️

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