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R. Kelly's alleged sex slaves are still living inside his Chicago condo

They claim to be living life perfectly.

via the Associated Press

On Thursday night (July 11), R. Kelly was arrested in Chicago on 13 new federal charges including child pornography and obstruction of justice. Today (July 15), Kelly's alleged sex slaves are reportedly still living in his Chicago home.

According to a new report from TMZ, Jocelyn Savage and Azriel Clary are living comfortably inside Kelly's apartment at the Trump Tower. The two recorded a video where they denied claims of being evicted. Clary does most of the talking and explains that they are living life perfectly fine. Throughout the video, the two give a glimpse of their view, which shows off the Chicago skyline from the high-rise. Clary states that they have been staying at the Trump hotel for years.

Clary and Savage reiterate that they are welcome to move as freely as possible, despite claims that they are being held against their will. Later on in the video, the duo gives thanks to Kelly's fans for their ongoing support during his current legal battle situation.

Despite the duo stating that they are okay, Savage's parents have a different impression. Savage's parents interrupted a press conference to ask about the whereabouts of their daughter. Savage's father, Timothy Savage, shouts to the crowd as he searches for answers.

"I don't wanna hear all that," he shouted. "I wanna know where my daughter's at! Answer that question!" Savage says during the press conference held by Kelly's publicist, Darrell Johnson.

The Bump N' Grind singer has been charged with over 20 counts of sexual abuse in Cook County. Earlier this year, he was charged with 10 counts of sexual abuse involving four females and three children. Two months ago, he was charged with an additional 11 felony counts.

Check out the video of Jocelyn Savage and Azriel Clary explaining their living situation below.

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