The newest claims have reportedly launched an investigation by detectives in Detroit.
Both Jones and McGee hope Kelly's years of alleged emotional, physical and sexual abuse are likely over. The charges say Kelly used force or the threat of force.
Last month, his attorney Steve Greenberg cited "mismanagement", "hangers-on" and "bad deals" as some of the reasons Kelly "really doesn't have any money", CNN reported.
The parents of the two women, Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage say their daughters, 21 and 23 respectively, have been brainwashed by Kelly, 52.
Later on, Clary became very heated and said that everyone is trying to make up lies about Kelly and their relationship with them.
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The interview also marked the first time he addressed allegations in the Lifetime documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly", which aired in January and alleged he held women captive and ran a "sex cult". "I'm fighting for my f-king life!"
Clary and Savage said there is nothing inappropriate going on and they have both an individual and joint relationship with him.
During the interview, both Clary and Savage insisted they were in love with Kelly, that he had done nothing wrong, and that their families had concocted the charges in order to extort money from him. "We have our moments where we sit and watch movies all together, we go to amusement parks all together".
"I would never share with no one what I do in or outside of the bedroom", Clary said.
He insisted people were trying to ruin his 30-year career, but then said his fight was "not about music".
Clary's parents have not responded to their daughter's claims yet, however, in a press conference on Wednesday, an attorney for Savage's parents denied they ever received money from Kelly. She said during a visit to his Atlanta home, they engaged in sex and she says that's when she contracted the incurable disease.
"A lot of the public already thinks he's guilty, and there is a very negative image of him, so the only thing he might think he can do is try to change their minds", Thiagarajah said. R. Kelly is mentally destroying her.
The Clarys also released a statement saying that they had never sold their "daughter for a penny" nor had they ever asked Kelly for any money.