Clary became defensive when King asked if they were in a three-way sexual relationship with Kelly. King said she thought she "might get accidentally clobbered, but I never felt in danger talking" to the emotional Kelly. Kelly's team only had two stipulations, King said. R. Kelly is a desperate liar and serial abuser of young girls who should die in prison. "Sadly, like so many girls before them, Azriel and Joycelyn Savage have been manipulated and convinced by Kelly to lie to protect him from serious criminal charges". "All of the victims and parents can not be lying".
R. Kelly is now facing 10 counts of criminal sexual abuse with four victims, three of whom are underage.
It's not the first time the singer has been in the spotlight for alleged sexual abuse.
The attorneys for both families say they have never asked for or received any money from Kelly. (Her parents later had the marriage expunged.) The singer has also settled several sexual and physical abuse lawsuits over the years, and he was acquitted in 2008 on several counts of child pornography in a trial where the alleged victim and her parents refused to testify.
"When I first met Robert, my parents told me to lie about my age", Clary claimed.
Kelly was just taken back into custody for unpaid back child support today and won't be released until he pays about $161,000. His defense attorney said at the time that Kelly's finances were "a mess". They said, 'Oh I'll put all your naked pictures all over the world.
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Still, she maintained that her parents wanted to blackmail Kelly all along.
The two women also refuted their parents' claims they were aspiring singers.
The court ordered Kelly to make a monthly payment of $20,833 on January 8, 2009, but Kelly failed to show up to that hearing, the documents state.
According to the Chicago Tribune, Andrea Kelly was granted an order of protection in September 2005 after she alleged that her then-husband slapped her.
Breaking down into tears, Clary continued: "I'm crying, because you guys don't know the truth!"
Nodding in agreement, Savage chimed in: "Everything that she's saying is true". "I just look at "legal". Kelly continued emotionally, standing up. "I didn't know what I was doing, didn't know what the hell was going on. Trust, I have been deeply affected by all of this".