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July 16, 2019

R. Kelly's 'Girlfriends' Release Video after Eviction Rumors Following His Arrest

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R. Kelly’s alleged live-in girlfriends, Joycelyn Savage, and Azriel Clary slammed reports that stated they were evicted from the singer’s apartment in Trump Tower after his arrest in Chicago last week.

Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary are clearing the air about their current living situation in an exclusive video obtained by TMZ.

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SLAMMING THE RUMORS

In the clip, taken from R. Kelly’s Trump Tower’s apartment, Savage, 23, and Clary, 21, state that they recently read an article claiming they were evicted from their home after Kelly’s arrest last week, a report they titled as “fake news.”

The 52-year-old star is being held with no bond at the federal Metropolitan Correctional Center in Chicago, as he awaits trial.

“We read a story that we were evicted from the Trump and under emergency living, and we just want you guys to know that isn’t true,” said Clary, turning around the camera to show their view of Chicago from the tower.

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“We’re at the Trump, we've been here for years, we move freely, we come and go freely, we actually just stepped out this morning, and no one said anything, no one stopped us, no one harassed us. So we just want to clear that up, it's 'fake news,' do not believe everything that you hear."

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THANKING THE FANS

The girls also sent a message to “Robert’s fans” to thank them for their undying support of the disgraced singer after he was arrested—again—last week.

“We see the support that you guys are showing him all over social media. We are so thankful for the prayers, for the love, the support. We love you guys for it, thank you so much,” Clary said before ending the video.

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Kelly’s lawyer, Steve Greenberg explained to USA Today that there was a search warrant executed on the singer’s apartment after he was arrested and Joycelyn and Azriel had to leave the premises temporarily but now are back home.

ROBERT’S DEFENDERS

Joycelyn and Azriel are two of the many girls believed to have taken part in R. Kelly’s “sex cult” while being underage.

The girls’ parents have claimed Kelly brainwashed them and abused them physically, mentally, and emotionally to the point where they no longer want to leave the singer and cut ties with their respective families.

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However, both Joycelyn and Azriel have denied the allegations, claiming they’re with Kelly by choice and they’re both his girlfriends.

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The pair made an interview with Gayle King on CBS News to call out their parents for trying to profit from the situation and to tell the general public that their private lives were not anyone’s business.

They also defended Kelly from the accusations of sexual abuse and maintain they’re in love with the singer, and he loves them back.

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KELLY’S LATEST ARREST

The video comes on the heels of Kelly’s arrest in Chicago on new federal charges for inappropriate adult content involving a child and other sex crimes stemming from incidents in New York, Connecticut, Illinois, and California,

On Tuesday, Kelly appeared in a Chicago federal courtroom and pleaded not guilty to 13 federal charges from an indictment released in Illinois last week.

The indictment alleges that Kelly “recruited women for sex, persuaded people to conceal that he had sexual contact with teenage girls and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars buying back the missing videotapes.”

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He's also facing charges of sexual exploitation of children, forced labor and kidnapping, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office in Brooklyn.

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The 52-year-old star is being held with no bond at the federal Metropolitan Correctional Center in Chicago, as he awaits trial.

His next hearing was scheduled for September 4.

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