23-year-old Azriel is speaking her mind after reading too many negative comments on her account. She wrote, “don’t tell me how to heal, people really just want to see me depressed so fuc—ing bad. I’m SORRY I’m chasing my dreams and not asking for sympathy.”
She continued, “If I don’t chase my dreams, who’s gonna chase it for me? NOBODY. Been there, done that for 5 YEARS of my life that I will never get back. I refuse to put my future in the hands of someone else ever again. Because truthfully, it won’t get DONE if you don’t do it.”
Azriel added, “All that I do is for myself and to know that I never needed anyone, I just had to believe.” Back in December, Azriel left Kelly for good and accused him of years of abuse.
As The Blast previously reported, Kelly suffered a setback in his criminal case with a judge ordering him to remain behind bars.
The alleged child sex predator recently pleaded with the court to allow him to be released on bond. He proposed a plan to live in an apartment with his girlfriend, Joycelyn Savage. He claimed it was dangerous inside Chicago MCC, where he has been for months awaiting trial without bond.
A judge wasn’t persuaded by his plea and denied the motion. The judge said, “While I am sympathetic to the defendant’s understandable anxiety about COVID-19, he has not established compelling reasons warranting his release. At present, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at the MCC in Chicago.”
Further, “Although the defendant has had surgery during his incarceration, he does not explain how his surgical history places him at a higher risk of severe illness. Moreover, officials in Chicago have advised the government that doctors have completed all treatment for the defendant’s recent operation.”
The judge noted Kelly might try to flee if released along with the risk of him trying to intimidate witnesses.