R. Kelly says surviving childhood abuse has not affected his behavior
- Published on: Wednesday, March 6, 2019
- In his first interview since he was jailed last month, R. Kelly says the charges of aggravated criminal sexual abuse are all lies. The singer spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King for nearly 80 minutes Tuesday. He strongly denied having sex with underage girls or doing anything illegal. King asked Kelly about his rough childhood and his story of surviving years of sexual abuse. He also discussed how the allegation against him could affect his personal life and career. Jericka Duncan, who has covered the allegations of abuse against R. Kelly, also weighs in.
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