Kelly's Live-In Girlfriend Say They "Failed" Their Daughter

Angelo Anderson
March 14, 2019

"I promise, we will straighten this out", Kelly told reporters after he was released from jail.

"He's the problem. He don't have a sickness; he made a choice", Angelo said, referring to Kelly.

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. He has since been dogged by mounting underage sexual abuse claims linked to the damning Lifetime docu-series Surviving R. Kelly, and was arrested last month. "I'm so angry with him".

"I feel like I failed my daughter because I should have saw different signs", her father says during the interview, "I should have saw the change in my baby girl instead of the love that we instilled in her, that she was showing us and putting on a charade".

They knew Azriel was vulnerable, claiming she already made an attempt on her own life as a younger teen, following a bad break-up. "I am fighting for my f***ing life!"


She continued: "From people on the inside, some of the other victims that we talked to, they all said that the girls have to prove their loyalty to him by any means necessary".

Are you following the latest developments in the R. Kelly case? "It was not only just him and his handlers and his cohorts.it was also our daughter, because you have to understand, she was lying and duping us and pulling the wool over our eyes from the beginning".

An anonymous caller called authorities saying, "four other women, who are victims of R. Kelly are planning to carry out a suicide pact at one of the condos at Trump Tower". The Clary's revealed that Azriel struggled with depression and attempted suicide over a previous relationship before she began dating the singer.

Both women have denied their parents' allegations.

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. However, a Cook County judge was not convinced, and wanted Kelly's child support to remain the same.

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