R. Kelly came face-to-face with cops in Chicago after an anonymous caller claimed the singer was holding two women hostage.
The Cook County State Attorney’s Office got a tip on Friday that R. Kelly was at his Trump Tower residence with the women, and he was holding them against their will. Cops raced to the property and made contact with R. Kelly and the women.
Five officers came to his home, and ordered R. Kelly into the other room while they questioned the women. According to Chicago PD, both women said they were at the residence voluntarily and nothing untoward was going on. Police then left without incident.
These two women are Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, both of whom have maintained their original statement that. they were with R. Kelly voluntarily, despite their parents’ strong claims that they were victims brainwashed by Kelly who held them as sex slaves.
Previously, cops were called to a Chicago nightclub birthday party on Thursday morning after a tip was called in that Kelly was at the club partying, and there was a warrant out for his arrest. Officers spoke with Kelly — determined that there was no warrant — and let the singer continue to party.
Apparently, Cook County State Attorney Kimberly Foxx has publicly urged victims of Kelly to come forward, in case they too were abused by R. Kelly. And according to reports, the victim hotline has been burning up ever since, with several women pointing fingers at Mr. Kelly.