"I was not scared. I never thought he was going to hit me,” King said.
The R&B singer is also back behind bars after owing his ex-wife over $160,000 in back child support.
R. Kelly sat down with "CBS This Morning's" Gayle King to talk about the latest round of sexual misconduct allegations against him.
The singer argued that his previous history of being accused of sexual improprieties should not be relevant in his current case.
The day care linked to Valencia P. Love had to be evacuated after several phone calls to police about a bomb scare.
After spending the weekend in police custody, R. Kelly had his $100,000 bail posted by a woman who listed herself as the singer’s “friend” on the bond slip.
Cook County officials have charged the singer on Friday after two women came forward with new allegations of sexual abuse.
The news comes after recent reports of a resurfaced tape featuring R. Kelly engaging in sexual acts with an underage girl.
Prosecutors are investigating the tape, which reportedly features Kelly referring to the girl's genitalia as "14-year-old p---y."
Local politicians in Australia have called for Kelly to be barred from entering the country, while in the U.S. radio stations boycott his music.
The singer said she will no longer sing her career-making hit “I Am Your Woman."
The actress was "canceled" by some fans who didn't understand why she compared the #MuteRKelly movement to the fall out of Harvey Weinstein.
The singer came under fire last week after comments she made onstage in Chicago, R. Kelly's hometown.
The court has instructed Kelly to take all of his personal belongings out of the facility and use it exclusively as a recording studio.
Black Twitter immediately pointed out that while Weinstein might not have a designated hashtag assigned to his allegations, he's instead facing criminal charges -- unlike R. Kelly.
The rapper's daughter was over 21 at the time, but Yo Yo says she still felt betrayed by Kelly who'd invited the pair to his recording studio.