Federal investigators are zeroing in on a cross-country flight that R. Kelly booked for his now live-in girlfriend, Azriel Clary, when she was only a minor. Is this, finally, the nail in the coffin that investigators need to bury R. Kelly, and end his reign of terror and abuse of young girls?
It took place in May of 2015, when Ariel was only 17 years old. R. Kelly arranged for her to fly from California to Florida to hang out with him – her parents haven’t seen their child since. TMZ reports that she took off from Palm Springs at 6:57 AM and landed in Orlando at 4:09 PM.
This could be seen as a violation of federal law, as transporting a minor across state lines for the purposes of sex, among other things, is a crime. The law in question is called the Mann Act, and is usually applied to pimps and sex traffickers. However, given the current fever to stop R. Kelly, the levers of justice seem perfectly willing to comport for the circumstance.
A picture of Ariel…
Cook County State’s Attorney, Kim Foxx, says she’s almost locked and loaded with 12 R. Kelly accusers, and she’s looking for more. The father of Jocelyn Savage, another current live-in girlfriend, says he’s been feeding the feds information for 18 months now, and he wants action. The Fulton County DA’s office in Atlanta Ga. menaces R. Kelly’s legal team with deafening silence – these people do not miss.
The singer’s back is against the wall, the heat is hot, and his next move will have to be perfect. There will be no singing himself out of this jam.
We’ll bring you the news when it happens. Until the next time it drips…