Yesterday R. Kelly’s vehemently denying explosive allegations that he’s the mastermind behind an abusive “cult” that subjects women to sex slavery.
A rep for the singer tells TMZ, “Mr. Robert Kelly is both alarmed and disturbed by the recent revelations attributed to him. Mr. Kelly unequivocally denies such accusations and will work diligently and forcibly to pursue his accusers and clear his name.”
One of his alleged captives speaks out denying the allegations after her parents hold a press conference…
According to TMZ reports, We spoke to Joycelyn Savage, the 21-year-old whose father, mother and sister held a news conference Monday to accuse Kelly of essentially making Joycelyn and other women his sex slaves — but she claims she’s exactly where she wants to be. She says she still gets texts from her parents, but explains why she’s cut off all communication with them.
Still, there was a lot she wouldn’t address — such as where she is now, or exactly what her relationship is with Kelly. He’s denied the accusations and hinted he might take legal action against the Savage family.
Joycelyn’s father, Timothy, believes his daughter is experiencing Stockholm Syndrome — so, it’s doubtful he’ll buy what she said to us, but judge for yourself.
In similar news, The police report received by Billboard is a well-being check that was made at one of Kelly’s properties in Chicago on Jan. 30. At 11:48 a.m., Cook County police went to the studio to check on one of the girls allegedly being held captive at the request of her parents. “The parents related that they were concerned that their daughter was being held against her will along with another young lady,” says the report.
When police arrived, they met with the young woman who “appeared to be in good health with no visible injuries or markings.” She told police that she was “fine and did not want to be bothered with her parents because her father was threatening people.” She also revealed that she had been in contact with her maternal grandmother three days prior to the cops’ visit.