R. Kelly’s girlfriends defend him and blame their parents in CBS interview

R. Kelly’s girlfriends defend him and blame their parents in CBS interview

R. Kelly’s girlfriends defend him and blame their parents in CBS interview

When asked about their relationship with Kelly, who has been charged with more than 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, Clary said that they "live with him" and are "in a relationship with him". "If I stood up even to comfort him, that could have been his invitation to say 'This is over.' So, I didn't interrupt his anger and let him have that".

Kelly, who is also facing felony charges that allege he sexually abused three girls and a woman in Chicago years ago, shouted and cried as he spoke with Gayle King of "CBS This Morning".

Kelly's spokesperson said that the singer approached the court "in good spirit", and was prepared to pay up to $60,000 of the debt, but the judge demanded the entire debt be settled immediately. While he denied the claims, he also blamed the parents of his alleged victims for "selling" their daughters to him.

"I did worry at some points that he might accidentally hit me, because he was so angry that he was flailing", she said.

"I have been buried alive, but I'm alive", he said, later adding that he needed someone to help him "not have a big heart". "When I was 17, my parents were trying to get me to take photos with him, sexual videos with him, all kinds of stuff". The women's parents have alleged that Kelly is holding them against their will.

At one point he broke down in tears and had to be restrained by a publicist as he spoke directly to the camera filming King and himself.

Kelly told King during their interview that his ex was not telling the truth when she alleged abuse in the docuseries. "And if you can't see that, you're ignorant and you're stupid". "And we never "sold" our daughter to him or anyone else", reads the statement from Alice and Angelo Clary.

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The recording artist has been trailed for decades by allegations that he violated underage girls and women and held some as virtual slaves.

After the interview aired, attorney Michael Avenatti, who is representing Clary's parents, shared a statement. "I'm not, I'm your child". They share three children: "20-year-old Joann, otherwise known as Buku Abi; Jay, 18; and Robert Jr., who is 16".

"We have never received a penny from R. Kelly". And they have never asked R. Kelly for a single penny. "I'm trying to have a relationship with my kids and I can't do it!"

Joycelyn Savage joined the discussion from there and said everything Clary stated was true about their parents wanting money.

A Cook County jury acquitted Kelly of child pornography charges in 2008.

Kelly denied to King that he was trying to serve as a mentor for Savage, saying her mother wanted him to produce her daughter, but he quickly determined she wasn't talented.

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