Convicted rapist says he can't afford fine for his crimes

Convicted rapist Alex Kelly told a judge he cannot pay a $10,000 fine levied against him 10 years ago for his crimes.

Kelly, who is scheduled to be released from prison in November, appeared at the Stamford Superior Courthouse on Tuesday.

"I have no assets, no savings and few prospects in the near future," Kelly said.

As a result of today's proceedings, Kelly must file a full financial affidavit for the courts to consider any actions. The 40-year-old convict asserted his independence when asked if his parents had the ability to make the payment.

Kelly has been locked up for over a decade after being convicted for the 1986 rape and sexual assault of two teenage girls. He was denied parole in 2005.

Related information: Convicted rapist due in court before prison release

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