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Audio Of Joycelyn Savage Admitting R. Kelly May Have Given Her Herpes {F}

R. Kelly Denies Rumors He Slept With Aaliyah’s Mother

Audio Of Joycelyn Savage Admitting R. Kelly May Have Given Her Herpes
Audio footage of R. Kelly's 'girlfriend' Joycelyn Savage has surfaced where she admits that Kelly had pressured her to lie and may have even given her herpes.

She claimed in the audio that Kelly accused her of lying and had to “earn his trust back” after telling him she revealed to her family they had a sexual relationship.

In the recording obtained by The Blast of Joycelyn is speaking with her voice coach about her sexual relationship with Kelly.

“I told him what was going on,” Savage tells her. “He can’t trust me … I have to gain his trust back because he really likes me a lot.”

She goes on to state that Kelly wanted her to send a text message stating, “I lied about me and you having sex,” and even claimed that Kelly may have given her herpes.


Listen to the audio recording below:

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Lisa Van Allen says R. Kelly told her he Slept With Aaliyah's Mother {VIDEO} R. Kelly interview

R. Kelly is denying rumors claiming that he slept with Aaliyah’s mother.

The R&B icon may have bigger things to worry about like his 10 indictment sexual assault case, but this allegation may be too much to ignore. Last week, Lisa Van Allen, who is an ex-girlfriend of R. Kelly, sat down for an interview with DJ VLAD where she spilled the tea about the singer and Aaliyah’s mother. She claimed that what she said came directly from R. Kelly who confessed to her while they were dating when she was around 17 years old.

TMZ reported that R. Kelly denies the allegations saying it is just another smear campaign. The site reported that the denial is com coming from R. Kelly himself under the belief that Van Allen is trying to tarnish his name. Van Allen was among the girls profiled in Lifetime documentary “Surviving R. Kelly,” which was aired in January and cause huge fallouts for the R&B crooner. She gave an account of an abortion she had while they were dating, which became a fundamental part of the documentary’s narrative about Kelly being a sexual predator.

R. Kelly wed Aaliyah when she was in her mid-teens and falsified documents to show her age to be 18. His attorney Steve Greenberg cast the blame squarely on Aaliyah saying that the late singer coerced Kelly into believing she was considerably older.

R. Kelly’s next court date is set for March 22nd when his legal team will go face-to-face with Michael Avenatti, who is representing one of his accusers.

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R. Kelly appears in court where a judge REFUSES to lower his 21K monthly child support payments four days after he was bailed by an anonymous donor who covered the 161K he owed his ex-wife

Lisa Van Allen Alleges R. Kelly Slept With Aaliyah's Mother

Lisa Van Allen, who spoke out against R. Kelly in the Lifetime series, 'Surviving R. Kelly' sat down for another interview.

This time, she made some shocking allegations about Aaliyah's mother, Diane Haughton.

During the interview with DJ Vlad, Van Allen made the following allegations:

"He actually stayed at their home in Detroit. And [Aaliyah's] mother was sexually attracted to him as well and [R. Kelly] said when Aaliyah would go to sleep, that he would go in the living room and him and her would do sexual acts on the  couch while Aaliyah was sleeping in the bedroom," she told Vlad.

“The reason [Kelly and Aaliyah] got married was because they felt like if he was married to her and if he said he thought she was 18, that he wouldn’t be charged if someone found out she was pregnant until they were able to get the abortion and get [the marriage] annulled.” 

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R Kelly threatens rape accuser in signed legal letter stating that he will have 10 men testify about her sex life, share texts and detail her STD history at trial Kelly, in a blue suit, appeared with his lawyers in court on Wednesday, four days after an anonymous donor bailed him out of jail by covering the $161,633 he owed his ex-wife in child support payments

  • R. Kelly returned to court to lower his $21,000 monthly child support payments
  • By the end of the hearing R. Kelly's lawyer says there's been no change in child support and a new court date has been set for May 8 to continue talks over it
  • Four days ago Kelly was bailed from jail after an anonymous donor paid the $161,633 he owed his ex-wife Andrea Kelly in backed child support  
  • He shares three children aged 17, 20 and 21 with his ex-wife Andrea Kelly
  • Kelly allegedly stopped paying his ex-wife child support after she spoke out publicly claiming he had abused her  
  • The R&B singer has been charged with 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse and has pleaded not guilty to all charges 
  • Kelly's next hearing on the charges is scheduled for March 22

R Kelly returned to Chicago court Wednesday to try and lower his $21,00 monthly child support payments, but a judge refused to do so. Pictured above leaving the courthouse

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A THIRD tape emerges of 'R. Kelly sexually abusing young African American girls' in the 90s after it was discovered by a Pennsylvania man in his collection of old sports VHS tapes

R. Kelly warned Gayle King to 'be careful' when she asked him about former girlfriend Dominique Gardner who is now in therapy and whose mother rescued her from a hotel where she was staying with him last year

  • A letter has has obtained in which R Kelly threatens Faith Rodgers, who filed a suit against the singer claiming he raped her and gave her herpes 
  • Rodgers had given details of the letter back in January but it was not filed in court until last week 
  • Kelly writes that '10 personal male witnesses' will testify 'under oath about her sex life in support of her claim'
  • 'My law team is prepared to request the production of the medical test results proving the origin of her STD claim,' declares Kelly 
  • He also states:  'If Ms. Rodgers really cares about her own reputation she should cease her participation'
  • Kelly is still due to appear in court on March 19 for a preliminary hearing in the case, with Rodgers alleging she was raped and held captive by the singer 
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Speaking her truth: Rodgers (above) had given details of the letter back in January but it was not filed in court until last week

I believe I can file: DailyMail.com has obtained a letter in which R Kelly (left leaving prison on February 25 after his first arrest this year) threatens Faith Rodgers (right at a press conference in January), who filed a suit against the singer claiming he raped her and gave her herpes

Defense: Kelly writes that '10 personal male witnesses' will testify 'under oath about her sex life in support of her claim' (letter above)

DailyMail.com obtained the letter, which is signed by Kelly and states: 'Please advise Ms. Rodgers, your client to abandon this heartless effort to try to destroy my musical legacy for selfish, personal enrichment. If she persists in court action she will be subjected to public opinion during the discovery process.'

That is when Kelly lists of the ways in which he plans to respond to the allegations. 

'For example, my law team is prepared to request the production of the medical test results proving the origin of her STD claim, as well as 10 personal male witnesses testifying under oath about her sex life in support of her claim and complete records of her text/face time message exchanges, which will be reviewed to match and be authenticated by the recipient to insure there are no omissions or deletions,' states Kelly in the letter. 

'If Ms. Rodgers really cares about her own reputation she should cease her participation and association with the organizers of this negative campaign. Counter actions are in the developmental stages and due to be released soon.' 

Third tape emerges of 'R Kelly sexually abusing' girls

This letter was filed after Lydia Agu, the lawyer for Faith Rodgers, filed a request for a preliminary conference.

Kelly and his legal team did not respond, and the court asked Agu to file the letter she received in October from the singer. 

In addition to some bizarre legal reasoning at the beginning of his letter - in which he discusses the merits of common law, cannon law and a 'color-of-law' - Kelly also has scrawled across all pages of the initial filing: ' DO NOT ACCEPT THIS OFFER TO CONTRACT AND I DO NOT CONSENT TO THESE PROCEEDINGS.'

He reiterates that in the testimony that was submitted with the letter, stating: 'I am exempt and not subject to this court so I don't know why you are even addressing me or why you continue to address me when I do not accept this offer to contract and I do not consent to these proceedings.'

Kelly later notes: 'I am a flesh and blood, living, breathing American National and native of Illinois.'

Agu explains the reason for filing on Kelly's behalf in a letter submitted to the court as well last week.

'I am in receipt of your answer dated October 22, 2018. I am also in receipt of a Notice of Delivery, signed by June Barrett, which states that she delivered a copy of your answer and attached photos to the NY Supreme Court Clerk's office electronically on November 19, 2018,' states Agu.

'Upon contacting the Judge Bluth's clerk, I have been instructed to file your answer electronically on your behalf, as you have not filed your answer as required.'

Kelly is now still set to appear in court on March 19 for a preliminary hearing. 

R Kelly is released from Chicago jail after child support was paid

Rodgers held a press conference back in January where she repeated many of the allegations made in her lawsuit, including that Kelly knowingly infected her with herpes, raped her and physically abused her over the course of their year-long relationship.

She was just 19 at the time of these alleged offenses. 

Rodgers said in her complaint, filed in May of last year, that she met Kelly backstage at a show in 2017, and a few months later his assistant flew her to New York for a concert.

'Following his performance, Defendant, R. Kelly, bombarded Plaintiff's hotel room and initiated unwanted sexual contact with Plaintiff,' states the complaint.

'Defendant disregarded specific statements made by Plaintiff that she was "not ready to have sex" with Defendant and initiated non-consensual oral and vaginal intercourse.'

Rodgers said that 'after initiating non-permissive, painful and abusive sex,' Kelly 'immediately insulted and criticized plaintiff concerning her "lack of participation" and physical inadequacies.'

That encounter also left Rodgers with an STD she claims, stating in the suit that she had been tested prior to the encounter and was found to be negative.

'Prior to initiating sexual contact, Defendant, R. Kelly, failed to advise Plaintiff that he had herpes an incurable sexually transmitted disease,' reads the filing.

Rodgers stayed with Kelly for almost a year after that first encounter according to the complaint, and was allegedly forced to endure more abuse.

'During the course of their, approximately one-year relationship, Defendant, R. Kelly, routinely engaged in intimidation, mental, verbal and sexual abuse, during and after sexual contact,' claims the complaint.

'Defendant's conduct was designed to humiliate, embarrass, intimidate and shame Plaintiff.'

It goes on to say: 'Defendant, R. Kelly, routinely recorded Plaintiff without her consent submitting to deviant and compromising sexual contact. Defendant, R. Kelly's, sexual contact was, at times, forceful and initiated without consent and despite noted objections by Plaintiff.'

Rodgers an her lawyer have filed nine causes of action in the suit: gender-based violence, sexual battery, civil battery, gross negligence, intentional infliction of emotional distress, negligent infliction of emotional distress, fraud, false imprisonment and nuisance.

They are asking for damages to be determined at trial. 

Kelly's lawyer has responded to recent allegations by stating: 'Mr. Kelly has done nothing. That's why no one has called the police. That's why there's no evidence of him doing anything wrong.'

R Kelly's lawyer says they cannot give details about the bail
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R. Kelly warns Gayle King to 'be careful' and reveals his preference for women with 'tight bodies' as his accusers react to his hysterical interview

  • Attorney Gloria Allred said Sunday her clients Gary and Sally Dennis found the tape in their Pennsylvania home in the last few weeks
  • Gary found the tape in a box of old VHS videos while he was searching through old sports games he had recorded
  • He said he doesn't know Kelly and doesn't know where the tape came from 
  • Dennis said a man who appears to be Kelly was on the recording engaged in sexual acts with young African American girls in the 1990s
  • Allred said she was contacted by Dennis and she subsequently handed the tape over to the New York District Attorney 
  • She said the identity of the young girls was not known  
At a press conference in New York on Sunday, attorney Gloria Allred said her client Gary Dennis and his wife Sally found the tape in their Pennsylvania home in the last few weeks

At a press conference in New York on Sunday, attorney Gloria Allred said her client Gary Dennis and his wife Sally found the tape in their Pennsylvania home in the last few weeks 

Dennis said a man who appears to be Kelly was on the recording engaged in sexual acts with young African American girls.

'He was telling them what to do and what to say, and it appeared that he was in control of the camera. In addition, he was engaging with these children in sexually abusive acts. He appeared to be in command of the girls and they looked as though they were just saying and doing what he told them to do,' Dennis said.  

He said he was 'disgusted' and 'horrified' by what he saw on the video.  

'I can't get the memory out of my head, it just stays with me constantly. (It's) sickening and shameful and most of all harmful to those children,' he said. 'It breaks my heart to see a celebrity whose music I used to love harm children in this way.'

He said that because the tape also has a sports game on it, he believes it may have come from a friend. 

Allred said she was contacted by Dennis and she subsequently handed the tape over to law enforcement in the federal Eastern District of New York. She didn't say why it went to that venue. 

She said the identity of the young girls was not known but there was no reason to believe they were the same victims who recently came forward for the documentary 'Surviving R. Kelly'. 

Allred noted that the video appeared to have been filmed in the 1990s and that her clients assumed the girls were underage because they were not 'fully developed'.

Without going into specifics about the abuse, Allred said: 'It is fair to say, however, that no child should ever be subjected to the kind of abuse and degrading sexually predatory misconduct depicted on the tape.' 

Dennis said he came across the tape in a box full of old VHS videos while he was searching through old sports games he had recorded. He said he doesn't know Kelly and doesn't know where the tape came from

Dennis said he came across the tape in a box full of old VHS videos while he was searching through old sports games he had recorded. He said he doesn't know Kelly and doesn't know where the tape came from 

Kelly is facing 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse in connection to three girls and one woman. The R&B singer has denied any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty after being charged last month

Kelly is facing 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse in connection to three girls and one woman. 

The R&B singer has denied any wrongdoing and pleaded not guilty after being charged last month. 

He was released from jail on Saturday where he had been held in connection to overdue child support. He was released after a payment for more than $161,000 was made on his behalf. 

Attorney Michael Avenatti has also said he has turned over two videos to prosecutors that he says shows Kelly sexually abusing girls. 

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R. Kelly, 52, reveals he went to the bank for the first time two weeks ago and learned he had just 350K in his account {VIDEO}

King appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night to discuss the interview and revealed she felt like she was watching Kelly having a mental breakdown before her eyes

  • King was asking Kelly about Dominique Gardner, a 29-year-old whose mother rescued her from a hotel room in the docu-series Surviving R. Kelly
  • He told her to 'be careful' and said she was 'breaking his heart' because she sounded like she 'believed' the allegations against him 
  • Dominique spent nine years living with Kelly before her mother, Michelle Kramer, brought her home
  • Kramer said her daughter is now in therapy and is struggling to cope with Kelly's interview
  • She said Dominique threw the remote at the TV and described the CBS interview as a 'circus act' 
  • Other accusers said the singer's hysterics were typical because he is a 'great performer' 
  • King's full interview with R. Kelly will air on Friday on CBS at 8pm EST  
R. Kelly warned Gayle King to 'be careful' when she asked him about former girlfriend Dominique Gardner who is now in therapy and whose mother rescued her from a hotel where she was staying with him last year
King has said she believes she was watching Kelly in the midst of a mental breakdown

Dominique lost 30lbs while living with Kelly and drastically altered her appearance to make herself look less feminine, apparently at his insistence. 

Kelly brought her up in his interview with King, saying: 'This is just the beginning. You can say what Dominique's mother...' he began. 

King interrupted: 'She says she had to rescue her daughter.' 

At that, Kelly became agitated. 

'Rescue? Oh really? Be careful, be careful Gayle. Gayle, be careful,' he said. 

When she replied that she was merely repeating what Michelle Kramer had said, he shot back: 'You're not just saying it. You're breaking my heart, you're saying it like you believe it.' 

Michelle Kramer revealed in a separate interview that she and her daughter watched part of his interview but that they could not stomach the full thing. 

Dominique, who is now in therapy, threw the remote at the television while watching it, her mother said. 

Michelle called Kelly's emotional outbursts a 'circus act' and said his eruption in front of King reminded her daughter of the abuse he allegedly subjected her to. 

Dominique Gardner is shown after going to live with R. Kelly. She says he told her to change her look to make herself seem less feminine
Dominique, shown before she went to be with the singer, lost 30lbs while living with him and is now in therapy

Dominique Gardner, 29, is shown, left, while living with Kelly after altering her appearance to make herself less feminine. She is shown, right, beforehand. She was rescued from a hotel room by her mother nine months ago and is now in therapy. Her mother said she threw the remote at the television while watching R. Kelly's CBS interview 

Dominique's mother Michelle Kramer said his interview was a 'circus act' that retraumatized her daughter
Michelle and Dominique's reunion was one of the most emotional scenes in the Lifetime docu-series Surviving R. Kelly (above)

'Everything he said when he jumped up, she remembered the rage. When she wouldn't do what he asked her to do, rage. "You walk too slow, you did whatever," and it was a punishment,' she said, recalling the abuse her daughter says she endured.  

'When my daughter came home, she was 98lbs. When she left to be with him she was 125lbs. I can't understand how somebody says they love you and in the same breath, spits in your motherf*****g face,' Kramer cried.  

Asanti McGee, another woman who took part in the Lifetime docu-series and who lived with Kelly for a time, said his outburst 'terrified' her. 

'There was nothing that I felt sorry about him for. I know what type of mind he is. He would cry at the drop of the dime. He is a great performer,' she said of his hysterics. 

Kitti Jones, another accuser, was disturbed by his interview but said she believes he needs help. 

'I cried because I still saw the person that I fell in love with and I couldn't help but wonder, why didn't someone step in and help him earlier.' 

During her appearance on Colbert on Thursday night, King said she felt her interview, which has been praised around the world, exposed a man having a 'breakdown'. 

Asanti McGee, one of R. Kelly's ex-girlfriends, said he was performing in his CBS interview
Asanti is shown on the Lifetime series

Asanti McGee, one of R. Kelly's ex-girlfriends, said he was performing in his CBS interview. She  is shown, left, giving her reaction to his interview on Friday and right, in the Lifetime series where she described how he abused her 

Kitti Jones, another accuser, said on Friday that the interview made her feel 'sad' for Kelly.
Kitti also appeared on the Lifetime docu-series to describe her experience

Kitti Jones, another accuser, said on Friday that the interview made her feel 'sad' for Kelly. She wonders why no one 'helped him'. She is shown, right, on the Lifetime series describing how he abused her 

'I think we were witnessing the self-destruction of a man having a breakdown and that's never a good thing to see,' she said, adding that while she feels his 'pain and anger', 'he knows what he has done.' 

She also explained why she was so calm when Kelly leaped out of his chair in a tantrum. 

'When I see Robert getting really upset, my initial reaction is 'please don't leave, please don't leave, please don't leave,"' she said. 

King revealed that some of Kelly's songs, including I Believe I Can Fly, were among her favorites but that she now listened to them with 'different ears'.  

'I Believe I Can Fly is one of my favorites. We are hearing it now with different ears. 

'None of these are new allegations, when you see the people come out the way they're talking ... you can't unhear it,' she said. 

King appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Thursday night to discuss the interview and revealed she felt like she was watching Kelly having a mental breakdown before her eyes 

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'I'm fighting for my f**king life!': An indignant R. Kelly sensationally explodes in anger during his first interview since being charged

In the second part of his explosive CBS interview that aired on Thursday after he was arrested for a second time, R. Kelly spoke about his finances and revealed that he had visited the bank for the first time weeks ago 

  • Kelly, 52, could not post his $100,000 bail when he was arrested on February 23 
  • He says that he had more than enough in the bank but that it was being moved
  • Kelly says he went to Bank of America by himself for the first time two weeks ago
  • A bank teller told him that people were 'connected' to his account and he says they have been 'stealing' from him
  • Despite claiming to have money, he cried and said he could not pay child support because his ex-wife is 'destroying' his name and he cannot work
  • Kelly's bail was posted by a daycare owner but he is back behind bars now because he still has not paid $160,000 in backdated child support
  • He is awaiting his next court date on child rape and sexual abuse charges 
  • Kelly is notorious for having difficulty reading and writing 
  • His illiteracy is particularly poignant given his vast body of lyrical music 

'So many people have been stealin' my money.  

In the second part of his explosive CBS interview that aired on Thursday after he was arrested for a second time, R. Kelly spoke about his finances and revealed that he had visited the bank for the first time weeks ago 

'People was connected to my account. I went into – I went by myself for the first time to a Bank of America. Didn't know what I was doing. Didn't know what the hell was going on,' he said. 

Kelly's illiteracy has been a point of interest for decades given his vast body of lyrical music. He grew up unable to read and write and only started learning the basics with his wife, Andrea. 

King, who has been praised for her calm and focused interview with the embattled star, told him it was his responsibility to keep track of his finances. 

Kelly went on to explain that he told the bank teller to set up a new account for him that only he would have access to. 

'I had $350,000 in the bank. I told her, take that and start a new account. That's the way it is. She says, it's going to take six to seven business days to clear.

'Does that make sense?' he said.  

Kelly said that the money still hadn't cleared when he was arrested and that is why he could not pay his bail straight away. 

He remains behind bars in Chicago, however, for not paying $160,000 in backdated child support - less than half of what he claims to have in the Bank of America account. 

Kelly wept again when asked about why he had not paid his ex-wife, Andrea, the money for years and said that he 'loved' her and their children. 

He maintains that they have a strong relationship - despite the fact that his oldest daughter revealed in January that they had not spoken in years. 

Kelly, frustrated, loosened his tie and undid his top button at one point during the interview
The singer's face was soaked with tears at points as he protested that he could not work or pay child support but said he had hundreds of thousands of dollars in the bank 

The singer's face was soaked with tears at points as he protested that he could not work or pay child support but said he had hundreds of thousands of dollars in the bank 

Like in his first part of the interview, there were moments when he launched into an emotional monologue and turned away from interviewer Gayle King while she sat staring at him 
The singer has three children with his ex-wife Andrea. She is shown in the recent lifetime docu-series Surviving R. Kelly where she described how he abused her

In one of the many contradictions in his complex story, he said that while he has enough money in the bank, he could not possibly pay Andrea child support while facing the allegations he is charged with which he said means he can't work. 

'How can I pay child support? How?! If my ex-wife is destroying my name and I can't work? How can I work? How can I get paid?

'How can I take care of my kids? How?!' he said, loosening his tie in frustration. 

Kelly's oldest child, Joann, 20, said in January that he was a 'monster' who she'd had no relationship with for years

Kelly's oldest child, Joann, 20, said in January that he was a 'monster' who she'd had no relationship with for years

He also said that while he 'loves' Andrea, she lied by claiming in the docu-series Surviving R. Kelly that he had been abusing her for years. 

'She is not telling the truth. I love her to death, I have nothing against her still, that is my kids' mother. 

'I am not disrespecting her by saying that she is not telling the truth, I'm just being honest,' he said. 

Seconds later, he erupted into tears and spoke directly to the camera, saying: 'My kids are living this. This is real. This is not a lie! What kind of woman would tear down a dad who's trying to have a relationship with their kids?!' 

He said he had 'zero' relationship with his children but knows that they 'love him'.   

'I know they love me and I am in love with my kids. I love my kids,' he said. 

He also reminisced nostalgically about proposing to his ex-wife with a 'helicopter' and wept about the claims that he had abused her with a hog-tie, saying: 'My kids are listening to this!'  

In January, after the docuseries was aired, R. Kelly's oldest daughter penned an emotional Instagram post where she put distance between them. 

'The same monster you all confronting me about is my father. I am well aware of who and what he is. I grew up in that house.  

Kelly's three children are shown when they were kids. Joann, left, is the oldest. He also has a transgender son, 19-year-old Jay (right) and a 17-year-old son, Robert Jr. (front)

Kelly's three children are shown when they were kids. Joann, left, is the oldest. He also has a transgender son, 19-year-old Jay (right) and a 17-year-old son, Robert Jr. (front)

'I just want you all to understand that devastated is an understatement for all that I feel currently,' she said in part. 

Kelly's interview with King is his first in years. 

It reveals his 'disturbing' mental state and desperation along with his take on his relationships with girlfriends Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage. 

Their parents say he has brainwashed them into not talking to their families. 

He made the astonishing claim in the first part of his CBS interview that the girls' families 'sold' them to him. 

King asked him: 'What kind of love is it that keeps these young women away from their families?' 

He gave the shocking answer: 'I'm going answer your question -- what kind of father, what kind of mother would sell their daughter to a man?' 

R Kelly has meltdown during interview about alleged sex crimes
Azriel Clary, 21, got angry with King and yelled at her during their interview
Joycelyn Savage, 23, claimed her parents were lying about their concern for her

The singer's two young girlfriends, Azriel Clary, 21, (left) and Joycelyn Savage, 23, (right) angrily denied that they were brainwashed during a separate interview with King and claimed their parents, who have claimed publicly that Kelly is in control of them, are motivated by money

Stunned, King asked: 'Who did that?'

'How come it was okay for me to see them until they wasn't getting no money from me?' Kelly says.

Kelly is back behind bars in Chicago for failing to pay his child support 

'Why would you take your daughter -- if I were going to take my daughter and she's 19 years old to a 49-year-old icon whatever, celebrity, R. Kelly concert, whoever it is, I'm not going to put her on the stage and leave her. 

'I'm going to take her to the concert.'

'Their father is more into my music and knew about my music than they do,' he said. 

Kelly's legal troubles are split between two cases. 

The first is a criminal case in which he is accused of raping four women, three of whom were minors when they say he attacked them, between 1998 and 2010. 

He has pleaded not guilty on all counts and will return to court soon.

The second case is the child support case which is ex-wife, Andrea, has is pursuing. 

That is what landed him in jail for a second time after he posted bail on the criminal rape charges. 

His new legal woes come after years of speculation and accusations about his sexual relationships with young girls.

It came to a head earlier this year with the release of the Lifetime docu-series, Surviving R. Kelly, where seven women made allegations against him.  

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John Legend Talks R. Kelly Charges: "It’s Been A Long Time Coming"

R. Kelly (seen right with Gayle King of CBS News) broke down in tears and angrily denied accusations that he raped underage girls in his first interview since his indictment last month

  • R. Kelly gives first interview since he was indicted on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against four women on February 22
  • 'Quit playing, I didn't do this stuff,' the R&B singer told Gayle King of CBS News
  • Kelly broke down in tears as he pleaded: 'This is not me. I'm fighting for my life.'
  • The singer, who has pleaded not guilty to all counts, could face 70 years in prison if convicted on all counts 
  • Three of the four women who have come forward to accuse Kelly were underage at the time the alleged crimes were committed 
  • When asked on Tuesday if he ever held a girl against her will, R. Kelly replied: 'I don't need to. Why would I? How stupid would I be to do that?' 
  • Kelly says that the latest charges are an excuse by the government to 'double jeopardy me' after he was acquitted in an earlier case
  • In 2008, R. Kelly was acquitted on charges of child pornography after a jury said it could not determine the age of a female who appeared in a sex tape with him 

R. Kelly broke down in tears and angrily denied accusations that he raped underage girls in his first interview since his indictment last month.

'Quit playing, I didn’t do this stuff,' the pop singer tearfully told Gayle King of CBS News on Tuesday.

‘This is not me. I’m fighting for my f*****g life.’

Kelly was indicted on February 22 in a Chicago courtroom on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against four victims, three of whom were underage at the time the alleged crimes were committed.

If convicted, he could face a maximum prison sentence of 70 years - 7 years for each count. 

The singer has pleaded not guilty to all counts. 

R. Kelly (seen right with Gayle King of CBS News) broke down in tears and angrily denied accusations that he raped underage girls in his first interview since his indictment last month

The singer is seen above gesturing with his hands as Gayle King of CBS News looks on

‘Quit playing, I didn’t do this stuff,’ the pop singer tearfully told Gayle King of CBS News on Tuesday

Kelly was indicted on February 22 in a Chicago courtroom on 10 of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against four victims, three of whom were underage at the time the alleged crimes were committed. He is seen right with CBS News' Gayle King

Kelly was indicted on February 22 in a Chicago courtroom on 10 of aggravated criminal sexual abuse against four victims, three of whom were underage at the time the alleged crimes were committed. He is seen right with CBS News' Gayle King

Kelly told CBS News that there was no merit to the allegations he forced underage girls to have sex with him.

'Not true, whether they’re old rumors, new rumors, future rumors…Not true,' Kelly said.

Prosecutors say Kelly’s alleged victims include a teenager he met when she sought an autograph during his 2008 trial on child pornography charges, another he met at her 16th-birthday party and his hairdresser, who was then 24. 

The singer was acquitted of the 2008 pornography charges.

A fourth charge is based on a videotape that purportedly shows Kelly and a 14-year-old girl engaged in sexual acts, according to prosecutors.

Prosecutors say Kelly’s alleged victims include a teenager he met when she sought an autograph during his 2008 trial on child pornography charges, another he met at her 16th-birthday party and his hairdresser, who was then 24. Kelly's Feb. 22 mug shot is seen above

Prosecutors say Kelly’s alleged victims include a teenager he met when she sought an autograph during his 2008 trial on child pornography charges, another he met at her 16th-birthday party and his hairdresser, who was then 24. Kelly's Feb. 22 mug shot is seen above

Singer R. Kelly leaves Cook County Jail with his defense attorney, Steve Greenberg, on February 25. He spent three days in jail before he was released on $100,000 

Prosecutors in the 2008 case also introduced a video as evidence against Kelly, but the victim did not testify. 

The new charges emerged in a different environment, after the #MeToo movement had made accusers more willing to come forward and law enforcement more likely to believe them.

In his interview with CBS News, Kelly cited his acquittal to back up his claim that he is innocent.

'I beat my case,' he said on Tuesday. 'We can't double-jeopardy me like that.

'You can't. It's not fair. It's not fair to nobody. When you beat your case, you beat your case.' 

In the American legal system, the government is not allowed to try a defendant on the same or similar charges after he or she was already acquitted, a procedural defense known as 'double jeopardy.' 

R. Kelly says that the latest charges are an attempt by prosecutors to relitigate the cases he already beat.

Kelly turned himself in to Chicago police on February 22. He is seen above as he was led inside the station, handcuffed by police, and led away for booking
R. Kelly turns himself over to the Chicago Police

'I had two cases back then that I said in the beginning of the interview that I would not talk about because of my ongoing case now,' he said on Tuesday.

'But...people are going back to my past and they’re trying to add all of this stuff now to that, to make all of this stuff that’s going on now feel real to people.’  

When asked if he ever held a girl against her will, R. Kelly replied: 'I don't need to. Why would I? 

'How stupid would it be for R. Kelly, with all I've been through in my way, way past, to hold somebody, let alone 4, 5, 6, 50, you said – how stupid would I be to do that?'

The singer continued: 'That's stupid! Use your common sense. 

'Forget the blogs, forget how you feel about me. 

'Hate me if you want to, love me if you want. But just use your common sense. 

'How stupid would it be for me, with my crazy past and what I've been through – oh right now I just think I need to be a monster and hold girls against their will, chain them up in my basement, and don't let them eat, don't let them out, unless they need some shoes down the street from their uncle!' 

Singer R. Kelly's attorney Steve Greenberg (seen after his client's arrest in Chicago on February 22) denied the charges against his client, telling reporters that 'all the women are lying'
R. Kelly's lawyer says new charges may be from an old case

Attorney Michael Avenatti, who said he represents two of the alleged victims in the indictment and a third accuser, told reporters last week that he had turned over a second videotape to prosecutors.

The 55-minute video dated from around 2000 also showed a 14-year-old girl, though Avenatti did not specify whether it was the same girl as in the first video. 

Avenatti said he obtained both tapes from two 'whistleblowers' he also represents, but none of his clients appear in either video.

The charges against the performer came just weeks after the Lifetime television network aired the six-hour documentary series Surviving R. Kelly, in which multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct and abuse.

Los Angeles-based lawyer Gloria Allred said she represents six women who have come forward to accuse Kelly of sexual abuse, including some who were featured in the documentary. 

But she said none of her clients are included in the Cook County case.

At least four law enforcement agencies outside Cook County have opened investigations into her clients’ complaints, Allred told a news conference on Monday, including the New York Police Department and federal prosecutors in Brooklyn.

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R. Kelly's taste of freedom: Hard up rapper FINALLY posts 100K bail and heads to McDonald's for a burger - but not before stopping his van to pick up mystery woman off the street
John Legend Talks R. Kelly Charges: "It’s Been A Long Time Coming"
When Lifetime's 'Surviving R. Kelly' aired, John Legend was one of the few celebrities who agreed to be featured and following the uproar, he continued to be vocal about Kelly's alleged crimes.

During a recent visit to 'The Today Show,' Legend spoke about R. Kelly's arrest.

"I'm so glad that the documentary [Surviving R. Kelly] was made. I'm so glad that the victims got to have their voices heard, and I think them having their voices heard, this story being retold, because it's been told before, but I think being retold through that medium really brought the issue to a lot of people's attention, and I think it inspired the law enforcement to move on some things that they weren't moving on before," Legend explained.


"It’s been a long time coming…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 looked away too long."

Watch a clip from the interview below.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Kelly is seen leaving jail on Monday

  • The R&B superstar has been released from jail after posting bail on Monday 
  • R.Kelly, 52, spent three night in jail as his family gathered $100K to bail him out
  • The singer is then seen getting into a black, unmarked van as he left the facility 
  • Moments after being released from jail, the vehicle pulled over and stopped
  • A woman then steps inside van before exiting the vehicle several minutes later
  • Hours earlier, R. Kelly had pleaded not guilty to sexually abusing four victims 

R. Kelly has been released from jail after posting bail.

The 52-year-old was released from custody on Monday after spending three nights in jail, during which time his associates and family members gathered the $100,000 necessary to bail him out.

Kelly was seen wearing the same outfit he wore on Friday when he turned himself into police: a black hoodie and pants, along with a blue jacket and white shoes with no laces. 

He appeared to share a laugh with his lawyer as they approached reporters and photographers outside of the Cook County Jail. 

The singer was escorted by his entourage into a black, unmarked van as he left the facility. 

About a half-dozen of fans also stood outside the jail waiting for Kelly to be freed. Some of the supporters plated his hit singles, including I Believe I Can Fly until they were ordered to leave by sheriff's deputies.    

R. Kelly (right) has been released from jail after posting bail. The 52-year-old was released from custody on Monday after spending three nights in jail, during which time his associates and family members gathered the $100,000 necessary to bail him out
Kelly was seen wearing the same outfit he wore on Friday when he turned himself into police: a black hoodie and pants, along with a blue jacket and white shoes with no laces
Hours earlier, the R&B superstar stood in a Chicago courtroom wearing an orange jumpsuit as his lawyer entered a non-guilty plea, three days after the musician turned himself in
The singer is then seen getting into a black, unmarked van (pictured) as he left the facility

The singer is then seen getting into a black, unmarked van (pictured) as he left the facility

Kelly (on Monday) surrendered to Chicago police Friday (right), after a documentary series refocused attention on decades of accusations against him, including possession of child pornography, sex with minors, operating a sex cult and sexual battery

Moments after pulling off from the jail, Kelly's vehicle pulled over and stopped. A woman was then seen stepping inside the van before exiting the vehicle several minutes later.  

A short time later, the black Mercedes eventually stopped at the River North McDonald's on Clark Street. 

Kelly was seen sitting in the fast-food restaurant eating fries and a burger. He also had a large drink. Kelly ditched his  blue jacket and changed into a brown one. 

He still had his black hoodie pulled over his head while wearing a pair of shades as he ate. 

Fans were also playing his music in the parking lot as they stood next to the vehicle. 

The vehicle then left McDonald's and headed straight for BIGGS Mansion's Cigar Bar and Lounge.

According to a Sun Times reporter, two women 'who appeared to be Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary' walked into the cigar bar after him.

Savage, 23, and Clary, 21, have maintained that they were only ever in a consensual relationship with Kelly, despite their families believing they were brainwashed by the singer.

Both women reportedly supported Kelly in court as his bond was being set by the judge.

Hours earlier, the R&B superstar stood in a Chicago courtroom wearing an orange jumpsuit as his lawyer entered a non-guilty plea, three days after the musician turned himself in. 

Moments after being released from jail, the vehicle pulled over and stopped. A woman is then seen stepping inside the van

Moments after being released from jail, the vehicle pulled over and stopped. A woman is then seen stepping inside the van

The woman exited the vehicle several minutes later before it drove off 
Woman seen entering R. Kelly's van shortly after he posted bail

The R&B superstar pleaded not guilty to 10 counts of aggravated criminal sex abuse against four victims, three of them minors. 

Kelly's bail had been set at $1 million, of which he was required to pay 10 per cent. 

Judge John Fitzgerald Lyke Jr imposed a bond of $250,000 for each of the four women the embattled R&B singer, real name Robert Sylvester Kelly, is accused of abusing.  

Kelly's lawyers had asked for a lower bond amount, arguing that the defendant's finances are a mess in part because he was recently dropped by his record label. 

He also had to surrender his passport even though his attorney, Steve Greenberg, said Kelly is not a flight risk, telling the judge: 'Contrary to the song, Mr Kelly doesn’t like to fly.'

It was revealed later on Monday that a suburban Chicago woman posted the $100,000 bail for Kelly to be freed from jail while he awaits trial on sexual abuse charges.

Court records show a 47-year-old Romeoville, Illinois, woman posted the bail. 

According to The Chicago Tribune, the woman identified herself on the bond slip as 'a friend' of the singer.

Bond was set after prosecutors laid out the stunning allegations against Kelly in graphic detail. Three of the four cases involved women who were underage.  

Kelly reportedly kept his eyes locked on the courtroom floor and looked dejected as  Lyke Jr called the allegations 'disturbing'.   

The singer must have been craving fast food as the black Mercedes van eventually stopped at the River North McDonald's on Clark Street. Kelly had apparently ditched his blue jacket and changed into a brown one while in the van
Kelly was seen sitting in the fast-food restaurant eating fries and a burger. He also had a large drink

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Comment by caribmama on March 18, 2019 at 5:17pm

Dis girl is compiling about contracting Herpes, but she still with that fool. You got that s**t girl. Dumb ass. Yup and dam hotels might be gettin' hit for allowing him to have minors in their hotel room to meet them for sex. RIP Aaliyah. I have been to her grave site cause my father is buried there.

Comment by vaughn mitchell on March 14, 2019 at 7:33pm
Dammmn. @ caribmama, while you was blaming R Kelly, did I not stated that the parents are also the blame? The messed up thing is I have known Alliyahs , cousins since I was a baby growing up in Jail, in fact Alliyah, is buried in the same mosaleum, as my oldest sister in hartsdale, NY. I did not only blame Rkelly, but also the parents, the crazy thing is this female is just making things worse, at least Alliyah, is not alive to hear this, damn.
Comment by mr1stroke on March 14, 2019 at 6:26pm
Okay why is this news now, how long have you known that, why you now telling us? Damn hoe save that s*** for those who follows every time the media says left, its a lot of dummies who entertain those fame seekers, as for me i will question you and make you look like a fool, and i am not concern i don't watch reality shows unless they can help improve my life, i dont need to watch entertainment on Tv that i can see in real life, negros are always doing dumb s***
Comment by caribmama on March 14, 2019 at 4:37pm

It's not just Kells going down. His entourage is going down too. And some of those parents that gave their daughters up. This case is going to be a slaughter house.

Comment by HandsomeMan on March 14, 2019 at 3:47pm
Maggie sound like one if their women who ha d kelly their daughter. Disgrace
Comment by HandsomeMan on March 14, 2019 at 3:32pm
What kind.of.dumb lawyer send a letter lile this. Dumb like.Kelly
Comment by maggie gillespie on March 12, 2019 at 2:20pm

ok so they say they found a 3rd tape of R.Kelly having sex with a minor look around you folks it's happening everyday in life but it's 1 important question that is not being asked where are these young girls parents and how can 1 man have so much influence on so many young girls in my opinion i don't believe he did all they saying he did all of a sudden the have so much evidence what happen a few years ago when he was brought up on charges like this where was the evidences then .???? oh and if he was holding young women hostage while he was locked up why didn't they all leave  .--LET GOD BE THE JUDGE AND IF HE DID ANY WRONG DOING GOD WILL JUDGE AND  DISCIPLINE  HIM FOR THAT BECAUSE GOD SAID VENGEANCE IS MINE.

Comment by caribmama on March 11, 2019 at 9:32pm

This man is SICK!

Comment by elinor goddard on March 11, 2019 at 9:08pm
Lock his butt up enough is enough. Everyone who knew about his nastiness. Should stand right behind him . Lock him up . They are waiting for his stank butt anyway .wasted talent!!! Now he can step in the name in his jail cell for LOVE. LOCK. hIM UP!!!!
Comment by vaughn mitchell on March 11, 2019 at 4:46pm
So the cop who shot the black man in jail is getting less time than Jessie for lying. Kevin Spacey is facing no charges. White justice.

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