R. Kelly’s Bank Account Hits Negative Amid Sexual Abuse Allegations

Chicago, IL – One of R. Kelly‘s bank accounts has been left in the red after $150,000 was seized from his Wintrust Bank account, according to court documents obtained by The Blast.

The Wintrust Bank alerted the disgraced R&B superstar’s former landlord to the fact that Kelly had a negative $13 balance.

The 52-year-old artist, who could face up to 70 years in prison for sexual abuse charges, has two other accounts with Bank of America. One reportedly held $44,595.58 and the other contained $110,056.64, totaling $154,527.22.

However, most of it was seized to satisfy the debt owed to his former landlord, leaving Kelly with $625.

The multi-platinum selling artist, who currently resides at the Trump International Hotel in Chicago, owes his former landlord a total of $173,000. The landlord served subpoenas to Kelly’s banks as well as Sony Music and ASCAP.

ASCAP claims they don’t owe Kelly any money, so his former landlord is seeking $50,000 from Sony.

During Kelly’s dramatic interview with CBS This Morning’s Gayle King, he said he had $350,000 in his bank account at the time.