One of R. Kelly’s girlfriends may be turning her back on the singer.
Sources tell TMZ that Azriel Clary has come to a realization that Kelly manipulated her since she moved out of his Trump Tower condo and reconnected with her family. She is now considering working with the feds after a blowout fight with Kelly’s other girlfriend, Joycelyn Savage.
Clary is reportedly looking to help law enforcement with its investigation into Kelly, but is scared because she lied to federal agents in the past. She fears repercussions if she changes her story and tells the truth about what happened with her and Savage. She has also signed an NDA with Kelly and fears she could face legal action if she speaks out.
Clary maintains that she was telling the truth about Savage having sex with her when she was still a minor, which triggered their fight. Cops were called to Kelly’s Trump Tower unit after the explosive incident, which was captured by Clary on Instagram Live.
Clary alleges that Savage lied along with Kelly. “Rob has been lying to all of y’all,” Clary says in the video. “That is the sad fucking part about it. He been lying to all y’all asses. And he have people like me lying for him. That’s why we never watched the documentary.”
She also threatens to have Savage arrested. “Call a fuckin’ attorney. I want this bitch in jail with her man,” she adds. “You can go be Tweedledee and Tweedledum in a fucking jail cell. I want this bitch in jail.”
Savage later turned herself in and and was charged with domestic battery. Investigators are now reviewing the dispute between Clary and Savage, but are leaving it in the hands of the state authorities. However, the feds may be interested in speaking with Clary.
Clary previously defended Kelly and accused her own parents of extortion. “This is all fucking lies for money and if you can’t see that, you’re ignorant and you’re stupid as fuck,” she told Gayle King in an interview last year.
Kelly has pleaded not guilty to over a dozen sex-crime charges filed against him since February. The 53-year-old singer, who remains in federal custody, is scheduled to go on trial in his federal case in Chicago in April, and the following month in New York, with the state case in Chicago scheduled for Sept. 14.