Woman alleges sex with R. Kelly in Detroit at 13-years-old

Woman alleges sex with R. Kelly in Detroit at 13-years-old

"These are all fucking lies for money", she added, as Savage rubbed her back to comfort her.

Interviewed by Gayle King for CBS News, she asked "What kind of love is it that keeps these young women away from their families?" "I'm a man. I make mistakes, but I'm not a devil, and by no means am I a monster".

Now that each family has been cut out, Kelly claimed, they're speaking out against him because they want money from him. I'm going to take her to the concert. "Their father is more into my music and know about my music more than they do".

"So you're saying the parents handed their daughters, Azriel and Jocelyn, to you?"

When asked about his relationship with the women, 23-year-old Joycelyn Savage and 21-year-old Azriel Clary, Kelly said, "I love 'em and it's nearly - it's like they're my girlfriends". "One-on-one with just me and my daughter and him".

"How would you know you are happy?" I just look at legal, OK.

In Kelly's case, he and his attorney might have decided they had nothing to lose after the Lifetime series, said Fred Thiagarajah, a prominent Newport Beach, California, attorney and former prosecutor.

"Joycelyn, we went from seeing you, talking to you weekly, to not seeing you for two years", Jonjelyn Savage, Joycelyn's mother, said.

King told Kelly that he seemed to be "playing the victim card".

‘They Wanted Me To!’: R. Kelly Claims Parents Wanted Him to Have Sex with Teen Daughter

"I have told you guys a million million times that I am OK", Savage told her parents. The singer wasn't the only emotional one.

KELLY: Stop it. You don't quit playing! This is not me.

'I'm fighting for my (expletive) life'. Y'all killing me with this s**t!

"Thirty years of my career!"

"I'm trying to have a relationship with my kids and I can't do it" because of the sex-abuse allegations, he shouted. In the clip shared on the show's Twitter account, Azriel cries as Joycelyn rubs her back. It doesn't even make sense! The documentary alleged that he held women captive and ran a "sex cult". "And they can't get out and they ending up buried".

Both of the ladies' families said that they have been unable to contact them for years, leading them to believe that Kelly has brainwashed them into following his orders.

He replied: "I came here for them to hear me talk! Because my heart is so big people betray me and I keep forgiving em". "Forget the blogs, forget how you feel about me", Kelly said. "I have said nothing!"

Interviews with the two women who live with Kelly will air Friday, including one young woman whose parents say she is being held against her will. Kelly suggested during the interview that the woman's parents were in it for the money and blamed them for his relationship with their daughter, saying they brought her to watch him perform when she was a teenager. "If you can't see that, you're ignorant and you're stupid!"


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