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New R KELLY 'Gay' Allegations Made Little Girls INSERT Dildos Into His BOOTY
"We were only about 20 minutes into the screening when it happened," Jamilah Lemieux, who was in attendance, writes in an email to NPR. "Things were going very smoothly ... and then we were abruptly told that we needed to go."
"Threats were made," an NYPD spokesperson tells NPR in an email, that were "investigated and determined to be unfounded." A statement from Lifetime says "several anonymous threats were called in" and that the building was evacuated "as a precaution."
In attendance were #MeToo founder and activist Tarana Burke and four women — Kitti Jones, Jerhonda Pace, Lisa Van Allen and Asante McGee — who have accused Kelly of sexual assault or misconduct. Jones and McGee were featured in a 2017 investigative article written by Chicago journalist Jim DeRogatis and published by BuzzFeed, in which Kelly was accused of operating a "sex cult." Jones broke a nondisclosure agreement with Kelly in order to become subject of a follow-up articleby DeRogatis, in which Jones accused Kelly of fostering a sexual relationship with her while she was underage.
A representative for Kelly declined to comment on the evacuation, or on accusations made by Kelly's ex-wife, Drea Kelly, to Variety that the singer was connected to it somehow.
In the past, Kelly has denied all accusations made against him. In July, the singer released a 19-minute song, titled "I Admit," in which he addressed a year of ever-increasing scrutiny in the wake of DeRogatis' investigation, but did not admit any wrongdoing. "What's the definition of a cult?" Kelly asks in the song. "What's the definition of a sex slave? Go to the dictionary, look it up. Let me know, I'll be here waiting."
"We had some of the survivors at the screening, women who were brave enough to tell their stories," the executive producer and showrunner of Surviving R. Kelly, dream hampton, tells NPR in an email, "which are all about being abused and controlled by R. Kelly. Like a lot of survivors their trauma is real and the chaos of tonight's cancellation was triggering, to say the least."
'What he did to me was criminal': R. Kelly's ex-wife breaks her silence 10 years after their divorce to accuse singer of domestic violence and describes how she nearly committed suicide because of him
A startling new interview has just been released A Blogger interviewed one of R Kelly's alleged victims. The "victim" claims that she was 16 years old when she engaged in a s*xual relationship with R Kelly.
And the "victim" has a lot of tea to spill. According to her, R Kelly has a lot of UNCONVENTIONAL s*x fetishes. She claims that the singer is GAY - has a GAY LOVER - and that he enjoys having things stuffed into his BOOTY.
Here are some of the things that the "victim" revealed in the interview:
Here's the interview:
R. Kelly's ex-wife Andrea has spoken for the first time about their marriage, how it drove her to almost commit suicide and how she feels sorry for the young women who he is now accused of keeping as sex slaves.
In an extraordinarily emotional interview with The Sister Circle this week, Andrea, 44, wept as she recalled climbing onto the ledge of a balcony in a hotel room and almost throwing herself off the edge because she was so desperately sad in their marriage.
The pair were divorced in 2009 after 13 years of marriage. It was the r&b singer's second marriage - he was previously married to the singer Aaliyah when she was 15 and he was 27.
She has never been public about their relationship and there are barely any traces of it online, with few pictures in public circulation of the pair.
'I went and got in the bed, and I was just like, "OK, what are you gonna do? What are you gonna do" And something just said, "End it."
'That was my first answer.'
The couple were staying at the Wyndham Grand Bay hotel, in Miami's Coconut Grove.
Andrea climbed onto the balcony and considered jumping off but held herself back when she thought about their children.
'I remember looking down, and it’s almost like God was able to let me see the future.
'I saw my body lying in blood, and I saw the ambulance coming. I saw housekeeping come out, and they were pointing up, and they said, "She jumped from up there."
Andrea and the singer were married from 1996 until 2009 but there is barely a trace of their marriage publicly
Andrea was overcome with emotion as she described researching domestic violence when she realized her marriage had come to an end. She said that out of a list of 17 things which characterized an abuser, her ex fit 15. She did not say what they were
Turning to the camera towards the end of the interview, she addressed Kelly directly and scorned him for claiming in his book that she wanted their marriage to end because she no longer wanted to be a stay at home mother. She said: 'Robert - you don't get to tell my story.'
'Then, I remember my baby’s voice in the back going, "Mama, mama… why did mama jump? Why did mama leave us?"'
Shaking as she dabbed tears from her eyes, she continued: 'I said "OK God, you have to give me an answer today. What do you want me to do if this is not for me, and you want me to leave? What do you want me to do? God I need an answer today. Not tomorrow, not in an hour, I need it now."
'The first thing he told me was "grab your laptop" I'm like, "Oh God, you tripping".
'Then he said, "search domestic violence." And I'm thinking to myself, "But I'm not that girl. I'm not the teeth missing, I'm not the broken boned girl."
'And God said, "keep scrolling". So I keep scrolling and scrolling and at the end of the domestic violence awareness website, there was a questionnaire and there were 17 questions.
'They ask you has your abuser ever done. Of the 17, Robert had done 15 to me.'
Andrea said she had decided to finally speak out now because it has taken her this long to accept that she is a 'victim of domestic violence'.
Andrea also comforted Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, the parents of Joycelyn Savage, who they say is being held hostage by the star. She said she knew what Joycelyn was going through more than anyone
She hopes her words will prompt her ex-husband to change his lifestyle.
'The basis is this stance is you have to love somebody enough to tell them, enough.
'I don't believe that my ex-husband has anyone in his life to be real with him, to be honest with him, who care about his healing who care about these families' healings. I feel like it's God's time.
'I was not strong enough. How can I be a voice for the voiceless when I don't even have my own.
'How can I be powerful for the powerless. I had to wait until God said, "OK daughter. It is time."
'It's like being in boot camp. Being in training. I had to go through the trenches, I had to build myself up. I had to go through counseling. I had to even get to the point that I had to accept that I am a victim of domestic violence,' she said.
Before he married Andrea in 1996, the singer had a brief one-year marriage to the singer Aaliyah. She was 15 and he was 27 when they wed in 1995
As part of the interview, she spoke with the parents of Joycelyn Savage who is living with Kelly in his home.
'Know that she is loved she is going to come out of it because you laid that foundation for her.
'I just want you to know, I am supportive.
'My family went to the Chicago Sun Times when they couldn't get in contact with me.
Kelly, now 51, is pictured in February. In recent months, he has been accused of keeping women hostage and as sex slaves, claims he denies
'I just want you to know that I stand in the gap for Joycelyn.
'I understand it to a level that no police officer, no counselor, nobody will ever understand,' she said.
Despite the allegations against him, she said that she still 'loves' him and is prepared to intervene in his life.
'He doesn't have anybody there that loves him enough to tell him. Drea Kelly loves him enough to say, "Enough. Get help."
'That is how, when you know that somebody truly, truly loves you. They're not going to turn a blind eye and say it's OK.
'If I have to be that person, I get it. I stand in the gap. I understand that I am a vessel.'
The Savage family said last year that he was keeping her against her will and that he has 'brainwashed' her.
She released a video to insist that was not the case afterwards, saying: 'I'm no hostage!'
Since their astonishing statement, scores of women have described living with the singer who has settled lawsuits alleging sexual assault and was previously accused of producing child pornography.
They have told frightening stories about how he forced them to live under his rule in a home, controlling what they ate and wore and making them engage in sexual acts with each other.
Kelly, whose lawyer and publicist cut ties with him in April for unspecified reasons, has insisted all allegations of wrongdoing are false.
He did not respond to DailyMail.com's inquiry on Saturday morning about his ex-wife's allegation of domestic violence and Andrea did not reply when asked to give more details of it.