R. Kelly's former manager says once he and other members of staff were fined because somebody ate his donuts.
In court, Tom Arnold said that Kelly's rules were so impossible, he eventually quit.
He also recalled the time he visited Disney World, but Kelly docked his pay by $1500 because he hired a male Disney tour guide instead of a female.
Kelly told Arnold that he "always had to be a female tour guide."
"I took the first person I could get," Arnold said of the 2011 Disney World outing. "It was a gentleman … Nobody was available."
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Kelly is charged with nine counts of racketeering and violations of the federal Mann Act, a 1910 law that makes it a crime to transport "any woman or girl" across state lines for any "immoral purpose."
He has denied the allegations.
His next trial is in Chicago next month. He may also face trial in Minnesota.