R. Kelly and Joycelyn Savage are engaged

In a letter to a judge dated June 13, which was just acquired by E! News, Savage revealed that she and the R & B artist are engaged in a letter She also begged the court to impose a more lenient prison sentence in his case. Prior to Kelly’s sentencing, the letter was submitted by his legal counsel.

Joycelyn Savage introduced herself in the letter as Robert Kelly’s fiancée. I’m writing this letter in Robert’s defense before his sentence so that I may tell the judge that I’m not the victim that the prosecution has made me out to be.

Kelly was found guilty on all nine charges he faced, including racketeering, bribery, coercion, enticement, and sex trafficking. Savage went on to declare her relationship with Kelly “fantastic” and the “greatest thing that’s ever happened to me.”

She wrote in the letter, “We have a really special connection and are madly in love.” “The government’s description of Robert as a monster is untrue.” The Robert I am familiar with is incredibly kind, kind, and compassionate. “

“He’s incredibly motivated and focused on his goals,” Savage continued of Kelly, “and the things that have been said about him, with me and other women being held against our will, are entirely incorrect.”

The 26-year-old also said, “It breaks my heart that the government made up a story that makes me look like a victim.”

She continued, “I’m a grown woman and can speak for myself, which is why I wanted to give the court this letter.” Kelly needs to stay at home with his family, who are ready to support him since he is a great man with a great heart.

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During Kelly’s high-profile trial, which ended in September after six weeks of court proceedings, many witnesses said that the “Ignition” singer set them up for sex when they were young.

The allegations date back to at least 1992 and up until 2017.

Even though Kelly has consistently denied any misconduct and has repeatedly pleaded innocent to all charges brought against him, on June 29, over two weeks after Savage wrote the letter, he was nonetheless given a 30-year prison term. He was also given a $100,000 fine and five years of being watched by the government.

Savage and Azriel Clary, another of Kelly’s live-in girlfriends, went on CBS This Morning in the past to refute claims that they were being held against their will.

Clary stated during the interview that “this is all f—king falsehoods for money, and if you can’t see that, you’re dumb and you’re stupid as f—k because you want to be all—because that’s the society we live in.” Negativity, hearsay, and gossip all have strong marketability.

Savage said, “Exactly.”