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  /  01.10.2020

The fight between Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary had more repercussions than Savage being arrested and charged with battery. After the recorded incident, Clary now reportedly wants to work with law enforcement in their case against her incarcerated boyfriend, R. Kelly.

Sources close to the 22 year old told TMZ that Clary is considering speaking with federal agents. However, she’s nervous about the disciplinary repercussions because she has lied to law enforemcent in the past in order to protect Kelly. According to the outlet, since moving out of her shared Trump Tower residence and reconnecting with her family, Clary realizes she’s been manipulated by the disgraced R&B singer.

“No one ever wakes up and says ‘today I’m going to be manipulated, or taken advantage of, or kidnapped’.. those are things you just cannot control,” she wrote on Twitter. “I never thought me and victim would ever be in the same sentence because I was too in denial.. but once you realize, your realize.”

Clary also commented on Savage’s arrest and battery charge, which was a result of their Instagram-captured fight.

“I woke up today happy but torn, I didn’t come to Chicago for Robert… only for Joy, whom he purposely separated us because he knew I’d try to make her go home,” she tweeted on Thursday (Jan. 9.) “Please pray for Joy, this is just tough love so she can come to her own realization at her own timing.”

TMZ further reports that if Clary decides to be honest with federal agents, she could find herself in big trouble for lying in the past. She’s also reportedly signed an NDA with Kelly, so there will be legal repercussions if she comes clean.

Clary has already come forward with a few truths via her Instagram, such as admitting that she and Savage lied to protect Kelly during their interview with Gayle King and accusing Savage of having sex with her while she was still a minor.

Savage’s charge and the altercation between the two girlfriends is reportedly a state law enforcement matter. However, if Clary is ready to tell the full truth about Kelly’s alleged wrongdoings, she could become a vital informant.



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