Parents Deny Encouraging Kids To Have Sex With R. Kelly

Parents Deny Encouraging Kids To Have Sex With R. Kelly

Parents Deny Encouraging Kids To Have Sex With R. Kelly

The singer is adamant that he will be vindicated of all charges once he has his turn in court (again) and that this is all just a smear campaign against him by women (some of whom he doesn't even remember ever having relations with). How does this work? And the coughs apparently often happened when King asked the women questions that Kelly didn't like, as she shared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. "He's a manipulative liar", Clary said. "We have our moments where we sit and watch movies all together, we go to amusement parks all together". "Listen, I knew going into it he was going to deny. I cannot think of another case where there is this anger on so many sides, and you can understand why there would be". But I never thought he was going to hurt me in any way. "If you really look at that documentary...everybody said something bad about me".

"Okay, then, so next question", Clary said. I do not know that girl.

She added later, "There are people all over the world who have multiple girlfriends ― it's no different".

Asked whether their parents should be concerned, Clary said, "No". "Their father is more into my music and know about my music than they do".

"They never thought you were missing, Azriel". After the interview with Kelly aired on Wednesday, Joycelyn Savage called her parents, they said. "I talked to the young women who were his girlfriends, I talked to him, and it's sad, it's very sad to me".

Clary's father also called King to "apologize" for how his daughter acted during their interview.

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Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, parents to the 23-year-old Joycelyn Savage, sat down with CBS This Morning's Gayle King in an interview Friday. "Could you please just share that?' Yes, I did, I sent that to her".

CBS This Morning anchor Gayle King revealed it was unsettling to witness fallen R&B superstar R. Kelly have a meltdown during their conversation. That is a lie. "When I was 17, my parents were trying to make me take photos with him, take sexual videos with him".

"Gayle is holding the show together, she wants George money - he got between $15 and $18 million to stay on at ABC", the source explained. According to King, Perino wrote back and said it was nice to meet her, and that they "had a little joke about it". "I never thought that he was going to hurt me or hit me", she said, at least not on objective. "He's out of my eyesight and he's out of the girls' eyesight, too ― they did not see him", she said.

"The said their daughter "is presently suffering from years of mental abuse and manipulation by R. Kelly", as they denied the allegations made against them".

He said in the CBS interview: "Whether they're old rumours, new rumours, future rumours, not true".

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