Several hours after being charged with 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, R. Kelly turned himself into police in Chicago.
A no-bail arrest warrant had been issued Friday afternoon, when Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx unveiled a grand jury indictment against Kelly that involves four victims, three of them minors at the time of the alleged crimes.
The embattled R&B singer surrendered at the Central District police station shortly after 9 p.m. and was led away in handcuffs, according to the Chicago Tribune.
A bond hearing is scheduled for Saturday afternoon in Chicago.
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