R Kelly Accused Of Running Cult

R Kelly has been accused of running some sort of sex cult. The man who allegedly relieved himself on young girls in the past is being accused of housing girls in his properties in Chicago and Atlanta. 

Apparently three sets of parents of the girls are saying that six women were recruited to live in Kelly's rental properties. He controls every aspect of their lives - "what they eat, how they dress, when they bathe, when they sleep and how they engage in sexual encounters that he records." 

As if that wasn't bad enough, there's an alleged "den mother" who trains "newcomers on how Kelly liked to be pleasured sexually." If the women don't follow the strict "rules," they are physically and verbally punished. Kelly also refers to them as his "babies" and they are required to call him "daddy." Three former members of his inner circle - Cheryl Mack, Kitti Jones and Asante McGee - backed up the parents claims. 

The mother of one 19-year-old, who was identified as J, said she allowed her daughter to travel with R to further her singing career. She thought she and her husband could keep the girl safe. Now the girl refuses to come home and rarely has contact with her family. That's what led J to contact the police in attempt to save her daughter. Sadly, the other girls allegedly involved have similar stories. 

Source: BuzzFeed

Meanwhile one family held a press conference this week accusing R Kelly of using their daughter Joycelyn Savage and other women as sex slaves. 

However Savage spoke with TMZ and although she is keeping her whereabouts to herself, the 21-year-old says she's totally happy and claims to be exactly where she wants to be. 

Source: TMZ

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