This morning, R. Kelly made a surprise appearance on CBS This Morning to speak with Gayle King about the accusations made against him. After the Surviving docu-series aired, points that had beforehand been introduced up concerning Kelly's wildly inappropriate use of minors in intercourse acts got here again into the sunshine. We spoke with Michael Avenatti concerning the case a couple of days in the past for an exclusive interview and he advised us that he believes that the singer is a "sociopath." This new interview will possible have folks agreeing with the lawyer on that assertion. Representing the mother and father of Azriel Clary and two of Kelly's alleged victims, Avenatti spoke out on Twitter concerning the singer's new interview, issuing an announcement from the Clary's.
"R. Kelly’s tears are out of concern and despair," wrote Avenatti. "Because he is aware of that after over twenty years of sexually abusing underage ladies, we blew this broad open and have him and his enablers useless to rights." He later listed a variety of issues that he has discovered since watching the interview with Gayle King. "1. R Kelly is a a lot better singer than he's an actor; 2. He is determined and distraught as a result of he is aware of he has been caught. three. He thinks sexual assault of younger ladies within the “method well beyond” can't be charged. four. He is responsible."
Regarding feedback that Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage had been "bought" to the singer, Angelo and Alice Clary strongly deny something of that kind. "We by no means 'bought' our daughter to him or anybody else," writes the household. "R. Kelly is a determined liar and serial abuser of younger ladies who ought to die in jail. All of the victims and fogeys can't be mendacity."
Angelo and Alice additionally referred to Kelly's conduct as "pathetic and disgusting" of their assertion, writing, "It is pathetic and disgusting that R Kelly has manipulated these younger ladies and lied to them about their households. It has been his modus operandi for many years and a part of his abuse."
Read our interview with Michael Avenatti here.