R. Kelly "Friend" Who Paid 100 thousand dollars of a Surety You cannot Get Your Money Back, Judge Rules

HipHop News Posted on September 18, 2019 at 3:19am

R. Kelly "Friend" Who Paid 100 thousand dollars of a Surety You cannot Get Your Money Back, Judge Rules

She wants to use the money to pay for R. Kelly's other legal expenses.

Chicago, IL – Chicago-area woman and the friend of R. Kelly, Valencia, Love, he distributed $100,000 to release him from the prison in February.

Since then, the disgraced singer is back in custody without bail after accumulating more charges for sexual offences, and Love according to the reports, he wants his money back, according to The Chicago Tribune. A Cook County judge says too bad..focused on the ad {

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Love's lawyer, John Collins, wrote in the four-page motion that she was "unaware of other research in progress" when she posted her $ 100,000 bail, and argued that it is absurd for the money to sit "on deposit" if Kelly is in custody.

Collins also argues Love paid $ 50,000 in child support on behalf of the "Pied Piper of R&B", when he was imprisoned for lack of payments to ex-wife, Andrea Kelly, according to Page Six.

The circuit Judge Lawerence of Flooding refused the offer, saying that she has no legal basis to ask for

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