1. SOUNDBITE (English), Stephen Greenberg, R. Kelly's attorney:
"He's in good spirits. He's out and about. People have seen him he's not going to hide. The allegations are false so why should he?
2.SOUNDBITE (English), Stephen Greenberg, R. Kelly's attorney:
"Well, R.Kelly is a phenomenal musician. He's got songs that are out, that people are streaming every day. He gets royalties from his songs. He gets royalties from his songwriting. My understanding is that his streams are up since all of this happened. His millions of fans love him an they're listening to him."
3.SOUNDBITE (English), Stephen Greenberg, R. Kelly's attorney:
"We have not looked at all of the women in the documentary and had him see who he knows and who he doesn't know. There may be women who were in that documentary who he's never met. There may be women that he met one night when he was drinking and partying and there may be women in it that he, he lived with for a period of time. All that matters is that whatever any of them were saying didn't happen."
4. SOUNDBITE (English), Stephen Greenberg, R. Kelly's attorney:
"Look, to the best of Mr. Kelly's knowledge, he has not had a relationship with an underage girl. I know he was once married to someone who it turns out was under age. She lied about her age. If he's, in the course of being on the road, met a groupie and she lied about her age, she certainly always appeared to be an adult. He never knowingly has been with a minor. I can tell you that is absolutely a false accusation. People are saying that they told him they were under age and he said okay."
5. SOUNDBITE (English), Stephen Greenberg, R. Kelly's attorney:
" I know that Mr. Kelly is a talented artist, that there are women who will come on to him, for lack of a better term to forward their careers. That's not anything new in the music industry. It's not anything new in Hollywood. It's been going on for a million years. And, and then when their careers don't get advanced they get disgruntled."
6.SOUNDBITE (English), Stephen Greenberg, R. Kelly's attorney:
"You know the problem here is we're not the relationship police, so we shouldn't be questioning how someone's relationship exists and how people enter into relationships. The fact is that anyone who is in a relationship and I don't know if these women were or were not, but anyone who's been in a relationship with Mr. Kelly, they haven't complained during the relationship and is the best of my knowledge when they got out of the relationships they didn't complain. Now some producer went running around solicited all of these people did a Jerry Springer-esque show and there's all this uproar. It's disgusting."
R. Kelly's attorney says the R&B star never knowingly had sex with a minor, sexually abused any woman or held anyone against their will.
Speaking with the Associated Press in Chicago on Friday, attorney Stephen Greenberg says the R&B star denies all allegations of sexual midconduct made by women in the Lifetime documentary series "Surviving R. Kelly."
Kelly has been dogged for years by allegations of sexual misconduct involving women and underage girls.
Greenberg defended the Grammy-winning recording artist after a prosecutor in Chicago this week publicly urged victims to come forward.