R. Kelly puts his request to work abroad on hold
CHICAGO -- R. Kelly on Friday put the brakes on his request for a judge's permission to travel abroad while he awaits trial on felony sex abuse charges -- but only so that he can amend the request with fuller information, his attorneys said. Dressed in a dark suit, Kelly made a brief appearance at a status hearing Friday morning in a Chicago courtroom while his attorney Steve Greenberg asked a judge to delay their request to modify Kelly's bond so that the singer can work overseas.