"That is all I can say right now".
The singer was photographed leaving jail Saturday afternoon wearing a gray sweatshirt, red coat, and blue trousers.
Greenberg previously declined to comment to Law&Crime on the ongoing criminal case against Kelly, who is charged in IL with sexually assaulting a woman and three underage girls.
This is Kelly's second three night stay in jail in three weeks.
The so-called King of R&B had been taken into custody three days ago on the orders of a family court judge who last month had given Kelly until Wednesday to pay up or be locked up. He will be back in the court for both these cases in March.
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Since Monday, Griffin has been feeding first responders who are searching for the missing and helping those who lost their homes. The Alabama dead included four children and a couple in their 80s, with 10 victims belonging to a single extended family.
A federal investigation has also been launched over several new sex tapes which allegedly feature R. Kelly having sex with girls as young as 14-years-old.
In an emotional, and occasionally volatile, interview with Gayle King of CBS earlier this week, the singer said he had $350,000 in a bank account but had been unable to access the money after he was taken to jail on the sex abuse charges.
Attorney Michael Avenatti tweeted Saturday that he's found new evidence that Kelly "and his handlers transported underage girls across state lines for the objective of allowing him to sexually assault them".
"We're really not supposed to talk about that, but the man was paying $20,000 a month in child support", Greenberg said. "We haven't seen a videotape", he said. "Didn't know what the hell was going on", he said.
Meanwhile, attorney, Michael Avenatti, who provided 2 tapes allegedly showing Kelly sexually assaulting underage girls, has said he has evidence proving that Kelly and his associates transported minors across state lines "for the goal of allowing him assault them".
Kelly posted his bail a few days later and recently gave an emotional interview in which he insisted allegations against him are "not true". A judge ordered the singer to pay $175,000 in back rent, fees and costs to his landlord, who had filed the eviction suit in July.