R. Kelly Pleads Not Guilty, Denied Bond Because He’s A ‘Danger To The Community’

July 17, 2019

Scott Olson / Staff

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R. Kelly won't be getting released on bond like he did the last time he was arrested.

After being arrested in Chicago by federal agents last week Kelly will be held without bond according to TMZ

During the hearing Kelly plead not guilty and one of the federal prosecutors in the case argued that Kelly is "an extreme danger to the community, especially to minor girls."

Another attorney stated, "this risk of obstruction is real. This risk is ongoing. This risk is heightened by the defendant's fame and power. He has a unique ability to influence and intimidate witnesses and victims, and that continues to this day."

Meanwhile, Kelly’s attorney, Steve Greenberg defended him saying, "How could he flee? He has no money. There's no evidence that he's a risk to minors at all at this point."

Remember this arrest was made after Kelly's ex-employees turned over 20 tapes of Kelly allegedly engaging i inappropriate acts with minors.

The truth always comes out!

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