R. Kelly remained in jail Sunday night, a day after a bond court judge ruled the R&B star could go free pending a sex abuse trial if he pays 10 percent of a $1 million bail.
The judge Saturday described the allegations against Kelly as "disturbing" but offered him freedom for $100,000. It can be paid by credit card, cash or check. But by Sunday afternoon, he was still in jail.
On Sunday, defense lawyer Steve Greenberg said that Kelly is capable of paying and should be released in a day or two. But he said others have to act for him and the coordination is complicated because Kelly is behind bars.
Earlier, Greenberg told the judge that Kelly's finances are "a mess." Greenberg said that Kelly isn't wealthy despite decades of success creating hit songs.