The publication reports the unnamed woman - who wishes to remain anonymous - has spoken with federal investigators about her allegations, who will decide whether to pursue a federal indictment against the star. Love said during a subsequent interview after bailing Kelly out that the singer was "not a monster, he's not".
Singer R Kelly has been released from prison in Chicago, after an unknown person came forward to make an outstanding $161,000 child support payment on his behalf.
A copy of the bond slip did not show who posted the $161,663 owed by Kelly or the individual's relationship to him.
Johnson said he hopes Kelly would be able to leave jail by the end of the week, noting that Kelly was "depressed, deflated, and upset" when he found out he had to return to jail. A judge refused to let Kelly pay in installments.
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The R&B singer was taken into custody following a child support hearing in Chicago, Illinois on Wednesday (March 6).
Kelly maintained his innocence in an emotional CBS interview with Gayle King this week, saying, "I didn't do those things".
Check out the AP's complete coverage of the investigations into R. Kelly.
Kelly, one of the best-selling musical artists of all time, has been dogged for decades by allegations that he violated underage girls and women and held some as virtual slaves.
The latest arrest comes on the heels of the performer turning himself in on February 22, after a grand jury indicted him on 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse for allegedly sexually abusing four women, three of which were underage at the time.
On Feb. 22, he was taken into custody there after state prosecutors charged him with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse. Instead, he claimed others "connected" to his bank account had stolen the money he earned after selling tens of millions of records.