R. Kelly's hopes of getting out of jail during a scheduled bail hearing have just been torpedoed by a brand new indictment.
Earlier on Friday February 14, the Feds announced five new charges against the disgraced R&B singer, over claims he abused another minor for four years, beginning in 1997.
R. Kelly allegedly befriended the new victim known as "Minor 6" when she was only 14-years-old, and he started a sexual relationship with the victim shortly afterward between 1998 and 2002.
According to the latest indictment, prosecutors are seeking to seize control of R. Kelly's company Bass Productions LTD. They are also seeking a personal judgment against R. Kelly in the amount of $1,554,748.00.
R. Kelly is currently facing hundreds of years in prison over three separate indictments in New York, Illinois, and Minnesota, for transporting minors across state lines with the intention of having sex with them.