The father of one of R Kelly & # 39; s current girlfriends – a 21-year-old who appeared on TV to defend the star – told DailyMailTV that he will never give up until he destroys the triple Grammy winner.
Emotional Angelo Clary – father of Azriel Clary – vowed to fire the singer from & # 39; all he is worth … all his fame, all his music and all his money & # 39 ;.
Exclusively speaking, Clary promised that Kelly & daughter Azriel & # 39; would release to her parents & # 39; & # 39; and if she wanted to go back to the star – he would even pay her travel expenses.
Angelo Clary, Azriel Clary's father, 21, one of singer R Kelly's girlfriends, tells DailyMailTV that he has vowed to fire the singer from & # 39; all he is worth … all his fame, all his music and all its money & # 39;
He claims that Kelly has brainwashed his daughter Azriel (photo) and other girls and says that the singer should & # 39; release her & her parents & # 39 ;. Azriel is pictured with another friend Joycelyn Savage at a hearing for Kelly
R Kelly did not get a bail loan on Tuesday and went on to plead a guilty plea against accusations in Illinois after being summoned to court
In March, Azriel, now 21, and Joycelyn Savage, 23, told CBS This Morning that they like Kelly, even though their families claim he has brainwashed them.
The women claimed that their relationship with the 52-year-old was normal.
Kelly crept into the interview room, despite the fact that his team agreed that he would not be present.
Azriel insisted that her parents refused to make phone calls and initially encouraged the relationship.
Last week, Savage & # 39; s father Tim fought in a tense confrontation with Kelly & # 39; s crisis manager Darrell Johnson during a press conference about the latest criminal drama from the star.
Federal prosecutors filed a thirteen-count complaint alleging that the singer filmed himself to rape underage girls and committed a number of other sexual crimes over the past 20 years.
Deeply sad The father of Azriel paints a different image, while he continues to fight for my daughter & # 39; in war.
He admitted that the ambitious singer Azriel, who accompanied Kelly on her 17th tour in 2015, is going through a rebellious phase of her life.
He confessed to Azriel: & # 39; My daughter knows she can rebel at this level because she has a loving father. And when she's done with this, and understands that this was a mistake, and he was all lies, and when she's ready to tell the world what really happened, I'm there to support her. & # 39;
In March, Azriel and another friend Joycelyn Savage, 23, told CBS This Morning that they like Kelly and defend him against the allegations
Clary said he will never give up & # 39; & # 39; until Kelly breaks down and travels on the New York City subway and is unable to have a relationship with a woman.
Azriel joined Kelly at the age of 17 and has been with him ever since
He said: & # 39; R Kelly knows I never give up. I don't care if R Kelly goes to jail. What I do know is the secret to never manipulate women, to destroy the lives of young girls, to get rid of everything he is worth – and that is all his fame, all his music and all his money.
& # 39; And that is what I promised on the day I spoke to him on the phone and asked him to release my daughter and return her communication to her family
& # 39; And if my daughter wants to go back, I pay for the ticket; but you're not going to take her chance to come home.
& # 39; And when he said trust the process. I said that I will meet you on the other side, because I swore to him on the phone that day – and he will vouch for it – I would destroy him. & # 39;
Clary continued: & # 39; The only thing he said that was true in the interview with Gayle King was that a father said he would destroy him – I happened to be that father.
& # 39; I will not stop until he is back on the subway and sing to a crowd of people going for money.
& # 39; Because that is the greatest relief I can give the world and give to one of these young girls. It is to show someone who was once so powerful that you can come back to reality and be nothing.
& # 39; You will never have to worry that no other young child will ever be touched or dealt with because of his shame and self-pity. He might even be able to look at someone else; I promise you that. & # 39;
Kelly has publicly claimed that he is innocent and hit back on all his allegations and lifelong allegations during his TV interview with Gayle King.
R Kelly & # 39; s crisis manager Darrell Johnson (left) held a press conference in Atlanta on Friday, in the wake of the singer's arrest over federal indictments, when the family of Jocelyn Savage confronted him
Clary believes that Kelly needs medical attention and that his actions have been protected for years by alleged enablers.
& # 39; Most people who break the law will say they are innocent. Does he need help? Of course.
& # 39; That has been proven to the world. I am not a psychiatrist, but I think he needs a psychiatric evaluation to prove that. Do I think he is a huge manipulator? Yes. If he can manipulate his staff, imagine what he can do to a 17-year-old child? & # 39;
He added that Kelly & # 39; s enablers, who reportedly helped & # 39; get away with it for 30 years & # 39 ;, no longer answer the phone.
& # 39; Now everyone wants to run. And it's a good time to run, & he said.
The determined father also spoke of his pride that TV producers allowed his family to tell their story about the Surviving R Kelly of the award-winning Lifetime Channel.
He felt that his worries about Azriel received worldwide recognition because it gave me a platform to level the battlefield, because the money and power of Kelly meant that he was silenced.
Clary spoke when he attended the inaugural Critics & Choice Real TV Awards broadcast on VH1.
He joined the victims and producers of Surviving R Kelly during the event, which won for the best limited documentary series.
Last week, Tim Savage cut off Darrell Johnson as he talked to reporters and asked aloud: & Where is my daughter? Where is she? Answer that question! & # 39;
Johnson refused to answer the question and instead told the sad family: & I am a crisis manager. I'm not a babysitter. & # 39;
R Kelly victim Asante McGee (left) says there will be more charges for R Kelly while she is at Surviving R Kelly, executive producer Tamra Simmons (right)
The tense confrontation is the latest drama while the Savages and Clarys try to reunite their families.
Two of Kelly & # 39; s former lovers predict that Kelly will be prosecuted in the coming weeks for further criminal charges.
And the singer will be accused of allegations in various US states, except only in his hometown of Chicago, Michigan.
That's the allegation of two of Kelly & # 39; s victims Asante McGee and Faith Rodgers, who have spoken with authorities, and Lifetime & # 39; s Surviving R Kelly documentary executive producer Tamra Simmons.
Victim Faith Rodgers told DailyMailTV: "There are victims we don't even know who they are and they are still coming forward and as the truth unfolds, there are more charges" & # 39;
McGee is convinced that Kelly, who was found guilty of all 14 child pornography during his trial in Chicago in 2008, ends up in jail with the latest charges.
She says more alleged victims approached authorities after being inspired by the powerful Lifetime series that aired in January.
On July 11, a complaint against five counters in New York was filed by federal prosecutors in the eastern district of the state, accusing the singer of running a sex ring.
Last month the singer pleaded not guilty of 11 new offenses of assault and abuse after public prosecutors filed charges against him.
The charges against Kelly, 52, stem from the sexual abuse of Jerhonda Pace, then a minor, allegedly taking place in 2010.
Both McGee and Simmons maintain that charges are not the latest criminal cases against Kelly.
McGee said about her confidence that Kelly would not flee prison for the second time.
& # 39; No, that is actually not my concern today, because after the documentary, the documentary broadcast so many details even back from the test. I don't think he would get off this time.
& # 39; And even now he gets more charges against him than he did when he had the first lawsuit. So I am very hopeful that the system will work.
& # 39; For me, I believe you've discovered so many new victims, because of Surviving R Kelly who gave these victims the hope to come forward, because they saw our bravery and didn't care about the response we received, so that is why they have given those new victims the bravery to come forward and they have a lot of evidence, DNA evidence and other things that prove his guilt. & # 39;
Simmons agreed with McGee that victims go to the police and speak to the camera for a follow-up show: & # 39; Like Asante's voice, the courage of the women comes to the fore. I think because they know that there is power in numbers that they will be heard and that they will be believed.
& # 39; So I believe that more will come forward and as far as is the case, we are just looking to see, because Asante needs not only justice but also the women who have not come forward before and not in our documentary, they also need justice. & # 39;
Rodgers, who filed a lawsuit in the New York Supreme Court, claimed that Kelly sexually invaded her two months after their first meeting in a hotel room, added: “There are victims we don't even know who they are and who are still coming forward and as the truth unfolds, more charges come. & # 39;
In court documents, Rodgers said during their relationship that he routinely told her & # 39; mentally, sexually and verbally & # 39; abused.
Rodgers claims that Kelly would video her against her will & # 39; submit to deviant and uncompromising sexual contact. & # 39;
R KELLY SEX CRIME ALLEGATIONS
1994 – R Kelly, then 27, marries Aaliyah, who is 15 at the time
1996 – Kelly marries 22-year-old Andrea Lee, a dancer from his travel company. The couple has three children: Joanne, Jaya and Robert Jr.
1997 – Tiffany Hawkins complains to Kelly about intentional sexual and sexual harassment while under age
1998 – In January, Hawkins & # 39; lawsuit is reportedly settled for $ 250,000 after it has asked for a seven-hour deposit. The following month Kelly wins three Grammy Awards for his single & # 39; I Believe I Can Fly & # 39;
2001 – Kelly was sued by a former trainee, Tracy Sampson, who accused him of having & # 39; an indecent sexual relationship & # 39; when she was 17 years old. The case was settled extrajudicially.
2002 – The Chicago Sun-Times reports that a video arrived at their office with R Kelly and a woman who would later be identified as an underage teenager (14) by her aunt, Stephanie & # 39; Sparkle & # 39; Edwards. The paper reveals that law enforcement was reported and is investigating the tape. That same day Kelly plays at the opening ceremony for the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.
The R&B artist is also called by two more women. Patrice Jones claims that he became pregnant when she was 16 and Montina Woods accused him of filming sex without her permission. Kelly also settled the suit that Sampson submitted a year earlier.
The years end with Kelly being accused of making child pornography.
2003 – Kelly is arrested in a Miami Dade hotel in Florida for additional child pornography costs after investigators have found photos of raping a minor girl. Kelly is released from prison on a $ 12,000 bond. The costs are settled later after the judge has ruled that the police had no order to search Kelly's house.
2004 – Cook County prosecutors drop seven of the 21 child pornography charges against Kelly. The singer also filed a $ 90 million lawsuit against Jay-Z and a promoter, claiming breach of contract and sabotage after kicking off a 40-city tour for & # 39; unpredictable behavior & # 39 ;.
2005 – Andrea requests a protection order against her estranged husband after she accused the singer of beating her when she asked for a divorce. The couple reconciles, but later reveals that they live in different houses.
2007 – Judge Vincent Gaughan states that jury members and the public will see the rape tape in open court, despite objections from both defense lawyers and prosecutors who claim that this should not be shown.
2008 – Kelly & # 39; s child porn test starts. A month later he is acquitted in all respects after less than a day of meetings. The alleged victim on the tape does not testify.
2017 – Buzzfeed issues a long statement in which Kelly is accused of having held six women against his will in his premises in Chicago and Atlanta. The women are said to be brainwashed by their families and activists launch the # MuteRKelly movement in response to a boycott of his music.
2018 – Spotify lowers Kelly's music from the playlists, citing her new policy on hatred and hateful behavior. Faith Rodgers sues the singer in the Suopreme Court in New York, claiming that he deliberately infected her with herpes.
January 2019 – Lifetime is broadcasted by the documentary Surviving R. Kelly. Days later, Cook County State's lawyer, Kim Foxx, holds a press conference after her office has been flooded with calls about the allegations in the documentary.
February 2019 – Lawyer Michael Avenatti said he had given the Chicago prosecutors new video evidence of Kelly having sex with a minor girl, and that it is not the same evidence that was used in the trial of Kelly in 2008 when he was acquitted for charges of child pornography. Kelly was later charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse. He is released on a $ 1 million bond.
March 2019 – CBS This morning broadcasts the now famous Gayle King interview with Kelly. He violently denies the allegations of sexual abuse against him and two of his female acolytes state that they are not being held captive. He is also detained after he told a judge that he could not pay $ 161,000 in back support that he owes the mother of his children.
May 2019 – Cook County strikes 11 new gender-related counts against Kelly, including four charges of aggravated criminal assault with a maximum sentence of 30 years in prison
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