R. Kelly Cult? Parents Claim The Singer Is Keeping Their Daughters

Bruno Cirelli
Luglio 17, 2017

Cheryl Mack, Kitti Jones, and Asante McGee, who all lived in Kelly's Duluth, Ga. or Chicago home last summer, corroborate the claims of the parents. According Mack, Jones, and McGee, a total of six women now live in Kelly's homes, with the singer controlling everything from how they eat to how they engage in sexual encounters, which are recorded. When the Georgia woman laughed at one of the male driver's jokes, another woman in the vehicle texted Kelly about the "violation".

According to the parents and former crew members, Kelly - who is now on a tour of the USA - keeps the young women at his rented homes in Atlanta and Chicago, orders them to call him "daddy", films their sexual encounters, and punishes them verbally and physically when they break his "rules". However, since her daughter is above the age of consent, she is not considered a missing person in the eyes of the law. In tapes of conversations between that singer and Kelly, acquired and published by BuzzFeed, which the woman recorded with the help of a producer after becoming suspicious of Kelly's motives, Kelly is heard saying, "I'm more interested in developing you".

The last time J saw her daughter was in December, 2016, reports Buzzfeed.

J said she'd heard about past sexual misconduct accusations against Kelly, but wasn't overly anxious.

All of the women involved are of legal age and thus are free to take part in any sort of relationship they want no matter how nontraditional it may be.

Theresa and her husband, Angelo, said they rushed to the hotel and called the police, who advised them to deal with hotel security. They said that he recorded the encounters and that he was jealous of anyone looking at the women, making them wear tracksuits to hide their figures and turn around when other men entered the room. For her, it is obvious that his daughter is the victim of a cult, and like other families, she was seized by the authorities.

Buzzfeed was unable to reach Kelly for comment. "[She] looked like a prisoner-it was terrible", the mother said. Eventually, the daughters all but cut off contact and move into rental properties that belong to R. Kelly. "Then I guess he must have got back later on or texted her later on".

The report focuses on the quest of one young woman's parents to get her away from Kelly. If the women break any of Kelly's "rules", Mack and Jones said he punishes them physically and verbally. In 2013, the Village Voice's Jessica Hopper interviewed the Buzzfeed writer and former Chicago Sun-Times journalist Jim DeRogatis, who first reported Kelly's many accusations of sexual assault. In order to reconnect with her daughter and learn more about the parameters of her relationship with Kelly, the mother has closed down her business and conducted her own investigation, sharing the information with FBI in both IL and Georgia.

The investigation centers around the parents of an unnamed "aspiring Florida singer" who Kelly backstage at a concert in Atlanta in May 2015 when she was 15. "But Robert is the devil". When the pornography case was tried in 2008, Kelly was acquitted on all charges. There have been multiple lawsuits against R, Kelly, according to the trio of insiders, that he has settled out of court for varying amounts of money. She still lives with Kelly, and tells her parents she's doing fine.

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