Azriel Clary Claims R. Kelly Forced Her To Eat Her Own Feces, Shown Speaking To Him On The Phone In New Doc
Is R. Kelly‘s kingdom of abuse finally crumbling? Azriel Clary – the 22-year-old ex-live-in-girlfriend who participated in the now-infamous Gayle King interview – has shocking new claims about the abuse she suffered at the hands of the disgraced singer. Just two months after reuniting with her parents, Azriel is ready to tell it all in a new documentary.
In footage taken by production company Asis Entertainment, Azriel is shown detailing graphic abuse to authorities. She confessed:
“He has a video of me- he made me do this video, actually, of me doing a number two in a cup, and then eating it, out of the cup.”
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In the next clip, Azriel Clary can be heard speaking on the phone to a man who is said to be R. Kelly. Their conversation went as followed:
“Azriel Clary: It’s done. It’s over. It’s over. You may not even make it to trial.
R. Kelly: I love you.
Azriel: I’m so sorry for you. I’m sorry. I really did love you.”
“R. Kelly: [sobbing] I love you. I wasn’t-
Azriel: And you lied to me, and you used me, and you played me.
R. Kelly: I love you.”
Yikes! Just last week, the aspiring singer had a word of advice for woman in abusive relationships:
“@theonlyazriel we’ve all been abused in some form or know someone that has been abused whether mentally, physically, or verbally. stop bashing victims. I’m sure she didn’t just say “today I’m going to let my boyfriend beat me up(:” – no woman ever does, I most definitely did not.”
we’ve all been abused in some form or know someone that has been abused whether mentally, physically, or verbally. stop bashing victims. I’m sure she didn’t just say “today I’m going to let my boyfriend beat me up(:” – no woman ever does, I most definitely did not. https://t.co/5SQUREsYur
— Azriel Clary (@theonlyazriel) February 27, 2020
Meanwhile, Azriel is committed to her healing moving forward. Her father, Angelo Clary, backs her up.
What do you think about Azriel’s upcoming documentary? Let us know in the comments.
Written by Miata Shanay