Savage, one of the singer's live-in girlfriends, is expected in court next month after being charged with misdemeanor domestic battery causing bodily harm.
The singer denies all the allegations against him.
R. Kelly was arrested Thursday night on 13 new charges.
The arrest is part of a 13-count sex-crime indictment, which U.S. attorney spokesman Joseph Fitzpatrick told the Chicago Sun-Times involves charges of child pornography and obstruction of justice. Kelly's publicist confirmed the sex trafficking charges to WBBM-TV.
"I feel like I failed my daughter because I should have saw different signs."
Jimmy Kimmel also said he hoped CBS covered R. Kelly's bail.
The disgraced R&B star spent three nights behind bars only weeks after a weekend stay in lockup on assault charges.
Fox host Jesse Watters praised King for her jaw-dropping interview with R. Kelly which aired earlier this week, but got her mixed up with Robin Roberts from ABC's "Good Morning America."
"When I was 17, my parents were actually making me, trying to get me to take photos with him, take sexual videos with him, all kinds of stuff."
Savage is reportedly living in the residence with Kelly's other girlfriend Azriel Clary.
"A lot of us kind of tolerated or looked the other way on that issue for a long time, and a lot of people were being hurt for decades."
"We have substantial evidence that R. Kelly and his enablers purposely hid this tape from prosecutors," defense attorney Michael Avenatti said on Twitter.
R. Kelly was indicted on 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse for allegedly sexually abusing four women, including three minors.
"We haven't seen any reason to believe that these allegations are credible."
"I look at all men like you're a #MeToo, all of them, all of them, which is not fair."
Kelly's former girlfriend Kitti Jones is the latest to allege sexual abuse suffered at the hands of the chart-topping singer.
The parents of one woman claimed the star had "brainwashed" their daughter.
President Obama encouraged artists to get involved in the fight against domestic violence.