R. Kelly was released from jail on Monday afternoon after being indicted by a grand jury on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against four alleged victims, Cook Country Sheriff confirms to PEOPLE.
The R&B singer secured his release by paying 10 percent of his $1 million bail amount.
Hours earlier, Kelly’s attorney Steven Greenberg pleaded not guilty on Kelly’s behalf, reported the Associated Press.
Kelly, 52, appeared in court on Monday, after spending the weekend in Cook County jail, as he failed to post the $100,000 payment necessary for him to make bail, according to CNN, who also reported that the singer appeared in court in an orange jumpsuit.
In a court appearance on Saturday, a judge ordered that Kelly — who surrendered to police on Friday night — be held on a $1 million bond.
The judge — who called the allegations against Kelly “disturbing” — explained the amount, saying the sum represents $250,000 for each of Kelly’s alleged four victims, the Associated Press previously reported.
On Monday, lawyer Michael Avenatti, who previously claimed earlier this month to have turned over a tape allegedly showing Kelly having sex with an underage girl, said he will be turning over a second alleged sex tape to prosecutors.
“I can confirm that we will be providing a second video showing R. Kelly engaged in sexual assault of a minor to prosecutors this morning. This tape was recently uncovered in connection with our ongoing nationwide investigation on behalf of victims. Justice must be done,” he tweeted.