The girlfriends of R. Kelly not only lost their famous boyfriend, they also lost his luxurious amenities after they were evicted from his residence following the federal indictment.
Sources close to Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary tell The Blast they were booted out of the Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago and the residence has been taken over by federal officials.
The “I Believe I Can Fly” singer was walking his dog near Trump Tower when he was arrested, and the doors were promptly locked from the girls, who were forced to find temporary living arrangements.
The family of Joycelyn Savage had traveled to Chicago in hopes of reuniting with their daughter. Joycelyn’s father, Timothy, even confronted Kelly’s publicist during a press conference.
Gerald Griggs, attorney for the Savage family, tells The Blast that Joycelyn’s mother, Jonjelyn, has discovered where her daughter is staying and is currently working on keeping “consistent contact” while trying to arrange a meeting.
We’re told the Savage family is “ready to reunite” with their daughter and let “whatever happened in the past” to be over.
Griggs tells us the family already has counselors and professionals on hand to help Joycelyn transition back into normal life, and help the healing process begin.
As we’ve reported, Joycelyn has been involved with Kelly for years, and the family alleges he has been brainwashing her since when she was an aspiring singer.
For her part, Joycelyn has maintained that she is with Kelly on her own free will, and vigorously defended the disgraced singer during her interview with Gayle King.
The Savage family, along with Gerald Griggs, worked closely with federal investigators as they closed in on Kelly, and provided much of the relevant evidence that led to the 13-page indictment out of the Northern District of Illinois.
Some of the evidence provided included text messages and airplane tickets.
Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage have been relentless on the fight to regain a relationship with their daughter, and we’re told they are hopeful they will be able to reunite their family.