New Victim Emerges And Calls R. Kelly "The Devil" After Three Weeks In His House

Another victim who was inside R. Kelly's alleged sex house is speaking out against the singer.

(AllHipHop News) A woman who said she was abused by R. Kelly is opening up about what went on inside of his Johns Creek home.

The residence is the subject of a criminal investigation after allegations of abuse inside the singer's mansion have swirled for years.

Investigators started looking into claims several women had been brainwashed and abducted inside of the home after the parents of a woman named Joycelyn Savage claimed R. Kelly was holding their daughter against her will.

The claims against R. Kelly exploded after the airing of the documentary "Surviving R. Kelly," which has resulted in criminal investigations in Cook County, Illinois, New York and Fulton, County Georgia.

Now another victim who was victimized inside of R. Kelly's mansion is speaking out.

Asante McGee claimed she started a relationship with the singer in 2013 at the age of 30. The R&B star brought her to his home in 2016, and "told" her she was moving in with "Daddy."

During the three weeks she was with R. Kelly, she felt trapped inside his Johns Creek home, and she felt she couldn’t escape during her three weeks she spent with the singer.

"He told me when I go get clothes, to bring all of my stuff to his house, including my computer, because I'm going to live here with daddy," McGee told Channel 2 News.

While she admitted she was not actually raped, she still said R. Kelly was a sexual deviant who enjoyed abuse.

"When you're forced to do sexual things that you don't agree with, whether it's with him or on each other, it's like you're trying to tell him, no, you don't want to do it," a visibly distraught McGee continued. "But he's pretty much going to make you seem like this is the right thing to do and intimidate you as much as he can."

“He’s literally the devil,” she said.

As for Joycelyn Savage, her parents are pleading with R. Kelly to turn himself into authorities and let them see their daughter again after almost two years of having no contact.

"Mr. Kelly, if you're listening, you need to turn yourself in," Timothy Savage said. "Let these girls go so they can come home to see their families."

R. Kelly has denied all of the allegations.

Comments (5)
No. 1-5
VAPrime
VAPrime

They all in there watching TV, he got a cigar in his mouth with a remote control car type of remote, he hit a switch the TV turns to him, he press a button, it's the ignition Instrumental to signal bedtime

VAPrime
VAPrime

Like yeah go get your device that communicates and get trapped with daddy, ain't got no wifi lever shut everything down

JDD
JDD

Nah ma. Nah.

Mizzle39
Mizzle39

Yes!

Karma never
Karma never

Bitch your thirty..FOH