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Tracking the meteoric rise of Randy Rainbow. The singer appeared in a Chicago federal courtroom and pleaded not guilty to 13 federal charges from an indictment released in Illinois last week. Kelly, 52, is facing one count of conspiracy to receive child pornography, two counts of receiving child pornography, four counts of producing child pornography, five counts of enticement of a minor to engage in criminal sexual activity, and one count of conspiracy to obstruct justice, the document shows.
Kelly paid thousands of dollars to recover missing sex tapes and paid victims to lie, prosecutors say. Assistant US Attorney Angel Krull argued that Kelly was "an extreme danger to the community, especially to minor girls" and was a flight risk. Defense attorneys said Kelly has no money to flee. After Tuesday's arraignment and detention hearing, Kelly's attorney Steve Greenberg said he and the singer were disappointed by the judge's decision.