One of the men accused of threatening and intimidating family members of a girl in R. Kelly's alleged sex cult will turn himself in after a warrant was issued for his arrest.
The Blast has learned James Mason will surrender to authorities Wednesday in Henry County, GA after a judge issued the warrant, citing "terroristic threats and acts."
Mason is accused of threatening the family of Joycelyn Savage after her parents continued to question whether the relationship between their daughter and Kelly was consensual.
According to a police report, obtained by The Blast, Mason told Timothy Savage, "I'm gonna do harm to you and your family, when I see you I'm gonna get you, I'm going to f***ing kill you."
Gerald Griggs, attorney for Timothy Savage, told us the family was contacted by the District Attorney this week and asked if they objected to Mason being given bail once he turns himself in tot he Henry County Jail.
We're told the Savage family agreed to the bond, as long as Mason has "no contact" with them. Griggs said a restraining order against the family will be a condition of bond for Mason, and the Savages are also looking into acquiring additional means of security.
Another manager, Don Russell, is also being investigated for harassment after allegedly threatening the Savage family in regards to their participation on "Surviving R. Kelly."
The Blast broke the story, Kelly is currently under investigation in nearby Fulton County, GA after a probe was launched following the airing of the alarming docu-series, but he has not been charged with any crimes