Savage can be seen screaming at Clary and expressing her disbelief that she would act in that way. In one video, the 22-year-old told officers she was in the unit with a few other people when Savage and another woman - a "handler" for Kelly - arrived to pick up Kelly's "awards and his Grammys and stuff", the Chicago Sun-Times reported.
Although their physical squabble wasn't captured on camera, Clary can be heard in the video saying that she was pressing charges against Savage over the alleged altercation. According to TMZ, Joycelyn surrendered to Chicago police late Wednesday night after the fight in Kelly's condo, and was booked on misdemeanor battery charges.
Azriel Clary, one of R. Kelly's girlfriends at the center of today's viral fixation, implicated both R. Kelly and Joycelyn Savage of sleeping with a minor, and that minor was her. Azriel spoke with authorities following her fight with Savage and laid out the entire situation for both the cops and her followers on IG Live.
Viewers were not shocked by the things Azriel claimed because they've already heard them on the Surviving R. Kelly series.
"Joycelyn and Azriel, you are worth so much more than Rob", said Jerhonda Pace, who started a relationship with Kelly in 2009 when she was 16 and whose voice is integral to the legal cases brought against the singer.
Despite Azriel's claims that Joycelyn attacked her, post from her Twitter indicates this fight may have been brewing long before the actual physical altercation ocurred. And he had people like me lying for him.
It appears Azriel Clary's "good news" is she has her very own place. "And that's why we never watched the documentary". I DONT KNOW! Plain & Simple. "Our parents are basically out here just to get money", Savage told Gayle King.
The altercation occurred as both women were at R. Kelly's apartment packing up belongings.
R. Kelly's lawyer doesn't seem to concerned with the fight. He has pleaded not guilty to more than a dozen sex-crime charges filed in two federal courts and two state courts since February. Azriel, who is holding her phone to film, then retorts, "I'm not evil. As far as this little cat fight, it is clear that it was staged to try and boost social media popularity".