The two young women, aged 21 and 23, who met R Kelly while they were teenagers, slammed claims made by their parents that they were brainwashed by the "Pied Piper". "Both of our parents are basically out here to try and get money and scam because they didn't agree on what happened with music or wherever it could be and they're just very upset".
In the interview, Clary grew emotional and began to cry as she warned the public against their parents' allegations.
She said Clary's account was true. "How? If my ex-wife is destroying my name and I can't work?"
He is due in court again on March 13 regarding child support and then on March 22 for sexual abuse charges.
Gayle King was never "scared" during her interview with R. Kelly and was more concerned he would walk out than he'd lash out at her. Clary even claimed that her parents encouraged her to make sexual videos with Kelly while she was still 17, so that they would have footage to blackmail him in the future.
"What kind of father, what kind of mother would sell their daughter to a man?"
Kelly was taken into custody on Wednesday for failing to pay child support, just weeks after he was briefly detained on sex abuse charges.
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"How can I pay child support?"
In Kelly's case, he and his attorney might have decided they had nothing to lose after the Lifetime series, said Fred Thiagarajah, a prominent Newport Beach, California, attorney and former prosecutor.
Kelly told CBS he has been in financial difficulties because "so many people" who had access to his bank account have stolen from him. Kelly sat down with Gayle King to address the fallout from the allegations posed in Surviving R. Kelly. You guys are believing some f-king facade that our parents are saying. "I'm fighting for my fucking life!" he said, before being calmed down by an aide.
Two of the women mentioned in the documentary are Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary. They argued for their privacy when King asked about the specific nature of their relationships with Kelly, and gave curt responses when pressed as to why their parents have been so critical of their domestic set-up. "And that's when it became real to me, like 'Drea, you're being abused'". The two brothers pictured in the photo later told police that Smollett had paid them to stage the attack because he wanted a raise and to further his career, prosecutors allege.
R. Kelly was arrested Wednesday for failing to pay $160,000 in child support. "And if you can't see that, you're ignorant and you're stupid".
"At no point have the Savages requested any money from Mr. Robert Sylvester Kelly, they have never received any money from Mr. Robert Sylvester Kelly, they don't want any money from Robert Sylvester Kelly", Griggs said.
Clary and Savage were adamant that they "love" Kelly, despite what their parents have said about them being manipulated by the singer. "I'm just being honest".