Parents Of R. Kelly “Sex Slaves” Fear Suicide Pact Involving Their Daughters
Gerald Griggs, the attorney representing Joycelyn Savage’s parents, has informed TMZ that R. Kelly may have cast his client’s daughter under a “suicide pact.” Joycelyn was living with R. Kelly in his Trump Tower apartment in Chicago, up until this week when they were evicted, after the feds ran a sweep, then proceeded to seal off the premises until further notice. Azriel Clary is the other “consenting” individual who shared the space with Savage and R. Kelly, in a presumed lover’s triangle.
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Griggs’ wasn’t resolute in describing the “suicide pact” as a foregone conclusion. If anything, Griggs’ presumption isn’t hard to discern, in its intentions, for sole responsibilities are to Joycelyn’s parents, and their wish to free their daughter from their alleged captivity. There’s a chance a federal prosecutor will read the TMZ posting, and find it plausible enough for immediate action. The problem is, by law, Joycelyn and Azriel Clary have the agency to do as they please.
Azriel Clary and Joycelyn Savage are reportedly holed up with R. Kelly’s “people” at an undisclosed location in Chicago. Azriel’s parents claim that a 2nd apartment belonging to Kelly (under their daughter’s name) in the Trump Tower remains intact. Their hope is that through Griggs’ outreach (via Savage’s parents) the Feds will find the handwritten “suicide pact” in the unsealed condo.