"He surrounded himself with a bunch of people, a bunch of yes men and women, that would provide assurance and comfort to these parents relating to the fact that their daughters were going to be safe, that their daughters were gonna be looked after, that all of this was legit, that R. Kelly could be trusted", Avenatti said. "Police on scene conducting a wellness check and it is not a bonafide incident", the department confirmed in a statement. Kelly's publicist says there was a meeting with his legal team.
One former girlfriend of R. Kelly's, Lizzette Martinez, alleges that he had a suicide pact in place when she was with him.
The parents of Azriel Clary are "ashamed" after watching their daughter passionately defend R. Kelly on national television. "I didn't see the label stop supporting him".
Kelly is facing 10 felony counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse relating to incidents between 1998 and 2010, but has been defended publicly by two women, Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage, who now live with him.
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When asked how they thought the saga will end, Alice revealed: "I've heard, like, a suicide pact".
When she was 17, Azriel was invited to go on tour with the R&B star - something her parents were hesitant about, but reluctantly said yes to because teen allegedly threatened to kill herself had they refused. I feel like I failed my daughter because I should have saw different signs. It just breaks my heart. She added that, in the beginning of her Azriel's "professional" relationship with the singer, she also "had to prove [her] loyalty to him by any means necessary... she was lying and duping us and pulling the wool over our eyes from the beginning".
R. Kelly was freed from Cook County Jail for the second time last week after an anonymous bailer posted $160,000 for his freedom. In the documentary, Joycelyn and Azriel's parents alleged their daughters are victims of the disgraced singer's brainwashing.
Both women have denied their parents' allegations.
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