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He has been charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse. Kelly also referred to himself in the third person, asking, "How stupid would it be for R. Kelly, with all I've been through in my way, way past to hold somebody, let alone four, five, six, 50 you said [against their will]?" "To make all of this stuff that's going on now feels real to people", he continued. "But I never thought that he was going to hurt me". "I actually think that he needs help", she said. "I've been hearing things and seeing things on the blogs and I'm just exhausted".

Kelly said the focus should be on actual victims.

"I'll sit here and say this".

He was indicted on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse on February 22, the same day he surrendered to Chicago police and was arrested.

The couple has three children: Jay Kelly, Robert Kelly Jr., and a daughter Joann Kelly.

Kelly's interview with King was the first that he's given since he was arrested on the most recent charges.

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Director Ava Duvernay wrote, "There's a lot going on in these R. Kelly clips".

Kelly played the victim throughout, which was ill-advised as public relations. He denies the allegations. "No money was ever requested or given to the Savages". He denied doing anything against their will. "But then he kept saying 'You said you wanted me to talk, let me talk.' So I did". You may watch the full interview in the video player below.

"We are a solid family, we care about our daughter". We went from seeing daily or weekly, to not seeing you for two years. "Have you done anything wrong", King asked.

R. Kelly gave a tense interview to CBS This Morning, at one point standing and shouting tearful denials of the allegations against him at the cameras and anchor Gayle King.

"They were describing Lucifer", Kelly said. I'm not Lucifer. I'm a man. "I've made mistakes. But I'm not a devil and by no means am I a monster".

Following their exchange, Gayle further discussed the claims he holds women, specifically Jocelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, hostage in his home for, what many have called, his sex cult.

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King earned praise from her fellow journalists for handling the situation with composure. Versus wild ranting, "We need to have a conversation", she quietly said, asking,"What kind of help [do you need]?"

After pointing out some details of his alleged abuse, she asked, "why would all of these women tell these different stories about you if they were not true, and they don't know each other?" I. the rest of this interview - based on the stills that I've seen posted - honestly, I've no words.

The interview took place in Chicago on Tuesday and lasted 80 minutes, according to CBS.

He also denied being sexually involved with Clary when she was underage, as has been alleged. Hate me if you want to, love me if you want. "I have been buried alive from these lies".

"For one, I beat my case. I'm fighting for my f-ing life!" "Y'all trying to kill me!" Y'all just don't want to believe the truth!

"I'm very exhausted of all of the um, lies, I've been hearing things and seeing things on the blogs, and I'm just exhausted", he told Gayle King on "CBS This Morning" on Wednesday.

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He said he had no reason to hold women against their will.

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