Police Rush To R. Kelly's Chicago Home After Mass Suicide Threat Emergency Call

R. Kelly turns himself in at 1st District police headquarters in Chicago on Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune/TNS)

Police Rush To R. Kelly's Chicago Home After Mass Suicide Threat Emergency Call

Audio from a police dispatcher reporting the emergency situation has been released.

Published March 13th

As reported by TMZ, Chicago police swept through the Trump Tower residence of charged sexual predator R. Kelly amid a 911 call reporting a mass suicide from five women in the home.

Azriel Clary, the 21-year-old woman widely recognized as Kelly’s live-in girlfriend, was among those named as victims in an alleged suicide pact that the caller claimed would be carried out. Clary recently appeared on CBS This Morning with Gayle King along with another woman claiming to be Kelly’s girlfriend, Joycelyn Savage, to discuss her relationship with the 52-year-old R&B singer. Clary insisted that her parents, who have been pleading for her return from Kelly’s home, were falsifying accusations of sexual abuse and brainwashing against him for money. Clary and Savage were the only two women alleged to be in Kelly’s reported sex cult who appeared on the nationally televised interview to defend his name.

In the latest report of happenings in the private chambers of Kelly’s home, Clary is named once again from the anonymous caller who tipped Chicago police off about the alleged suicide pact, resulting in yet another interaction between law enforcement and Kelly’s team.

  1. TMZ stated that on Tuesday afternoon (March 12), police rushed to Kelly’s Trump Tower home in response to the call

    But when police arrived, TMZ’s alleged sources said, they spoke to his attorneys, who assured them “everyone was fine,” the site states. Chicago PD reportedly left without incident afterward. TMZ added that while the caller was anonymous, it came from the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Kelly was also reportedly present in the home at the time of the police’s arrival, the site concluded, and was chopping it up with his legal defense team at the home at least two hours beforehand.

  2. In audio obtained by TMZ from the police dispatcher who informed responding officers to the scene…

    She can be heard naming the emergency situation as a “threatening suicide” at Trump Tower and the call coming from the aforementioned National Human Trafficking Hotline. She also reported the five women, identifying Clary by name, as the victims reported to be carrying out the pact.

    Hear the full dispatch recording in the video below:

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photo: Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images)


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