R. Kelly Distraught in Interview, Sobbing, 'I'm Fighting for my F***ing Life!'
⚡️ R. Kelly breaks his silence to @CBSThisMorning's Gayle King on sexual abuse claims: "I have been assassinated" #RKellyInterview #CBSThisMorning https://t.co/Sul7yDrzAk
R. Kelly claims he’s “fighting for his life” in a new CBS interview that is set to air on Wednesday morning.
Kelly sat down with Gayle King of CBS and denied allegations that he is holding women against their will or that he sexually abused underage girls.
A short trailer of the interview was posted on Twitter late Tuesday, in it Kelly says, “Stop it. Y’all quit playing. Quit playing. I didn’t do this stuff. This is not me. I’m fighting for my f—ing life.”
He was bailed out of jail on a $1 million bond by a daycare owner after his lawyer had entered a not guilty plea, Kelly was in jail for three days.
Kelly is being charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual assault which each carry three to seven years if convicted, he could also receive probation with no jail time.
The interview will air today on CBS This Morning...
In an explosive interview, R. Kelly is breaking his silence about the sexual abuse charges that landed him in jail last month. The embattled R&B singer spoke with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King for nearly 80 minutes Tuesday. He said all the women now accusing him of physical and sexual abuse are lying.
Do you believe R. Kelly or do you think there is a reason to have him explain himself in court?
Claire's And Justice Makeup Products Test Positive of Asbestos
It was first reported in 2017 that some makeup products sold at Claire's and Justice may contain asbestos, and on Tuesday, the Food and Drug Administration confirmed it to be the case.
@sramosABC Here are the 3 products that tested positive for asbestos at Claire's, according to the FDA. https://t.co/WFZDu4UTc2
The federal agency released their findings showing that three cosmetic products from Claire's and one from Justice were found to contain the cancer-causing ingredient.
Claire's disputes the claims, but pulled the items from store shelves...
Anyone who has the offending products should stop using them, warns the FDA, which includes Claire's Eye Shadows batch No./lot No. 08/17...
Claire's Compact Powder batch No./lot No.: 07/15 and Claire's Contour Palette batch No./lot No. 04/17.
Are you concerned that other makeup products could be tainted?
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