R. Kelly Accusers Speak Out After 'CBS This Morning' Interview

R. Kelly Accusers Speak Out After 'CBS This Morning' Interview

During his sit-down interview with King, segments of which aired this week, Kelly described Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary are his "girlfriends".

He added: "He need to rot in jail".

"I've never met Mr. Kelly", Savage said. "That he needs help, but this man has done so many women wrong and he needs to rot in that jail cell".

During their sit down this week, the 52-year-old singer had a meltdown while King sat in her chair, composed and waiting for him to finish.

King was widely praised after her jaw-dropping interview with R. Kelly aired earlier this week-in which the singer vehemently denied all sexual abuse allegations against him while becoming increasingly irate and emotional, to the point where he stood up and began shouting aggressively at the camera.

Roberts, 58, was actually the one to interview Smollett days before police accused him of staging his alleged attack.

King said she wanted to put him at ease.

That was the focus of a "CBS This Morning" report Friday that followed Gayle King's explosive interview this week with Kelly.

However, the dad insisted that Kelly's claims that they brought Joycelyn to his concert to introduce and pretty much sell her to him, are not true! I was doing my show.

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On Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kimmel couldn't get enough of the R. Kelly bombshells. Clary's family has also denied requesting or receiving money from Kelly.

R. Kelly is back in custody after law enforcement officials arrested the "I Admit" singer for unpaid child support. "I feel we have heard the Aaliyah story", King told The New York Times about the ban on Aaliyah questions.

"He mistook you", Colbert said. "Trust the process, '" Savage said. "I go everybody is lying except for you?"

The Savages say they have not seen their daughter in more than two years.

Joycelyn Savage's parents want their daughter back.

He was dressed in sweatpants and told her that he was going to change into a suit. "After, Oprah and my kids Kirby and Will called me to ask if I was okay because it looked scary". And she calls with a... script. 'Momma, I told you I'm happy.

"I knew that", Watters responded, before covering his head in embarrassment.

Roberts also said that she tried to be fair due to her ties with African Americans and the LGBT community.

Kelly was indicted last month on 10 counts of aggravated criminal sexual abuse, and his attorney pleaded not guilty on his behalf to the charges.

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