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Joycelyn Savage, a girlfriend of R. Kelly whose parents have repeatedly claimed she’s being controlled by the singer, is accusing the singer of being controlling and manipulative.

Savage made the accusation in her first post on her Patreon page — a crowdfunding membership platform.
In a tweet, the singer’s defense attorney, Steve Greenberg, responded to Savage’s post, saying she is “exploiting her long time, loving relationship with Robert … It was not until the money ran out that she decided anything was wrong.”
Savage begins the post “Where It All Started” with her explanation of how she met Kelly at age 19 and he began to give her gifts, spend money on travel and promise her a music career.
A few months later, she posts, the singer started “giving [her] commands” to call him Master or Daddy and if she didn’t obey him, he would raise his voice at her.
Savage also claims the singer was manipulative. “Robert likes to manipulate whoever he’s was in the room with even down to his own assistant. He didn’t care, everyone was in it for a check so they didn’t care either,” she said.
She writes that there were areas of many of his homes that she wasn’t allowed to enter, including a basement, and that staff hired by Kelly would watch her constantly.
“I can say I didn’t have any type of privacy at all now that I think of it. If I showered one of his assistants would have to be by the door while I shower.”
Savage says she would bring up her concerns with Kelly and he would say “All this can stop today, you want a career? Or do you want to live a normal life.”
This was the first post on Patreon and ends with her saying another chapter will be out shortly.
Kelly has been charged with kidnapping, forced labor, and sexual exploitation of a child in federal court, and has pleaded not guilty. He was also charged with several counts of aggravated sexual assault and aggravated criminal sexual abuse in Illinois and New York. Kelly has vehemently denied any allegations of sexual misconduct in the past.