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    Azriel Clary Destroys R Kelly Jacket For YouTube Views

    Azriel Clary Destroys R Kelly Jacket For YouTube Views: R. Kelly says he should be released from prison because there is no risk of him obstructing justice, due to his ex-girlfriend Azriel Clary hating his guts.

    According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Kelly’s lawyers are attempting to get him released on bond. He has been shut down multiple times in the past month. In his new argument, Kelly says he can’t intimidate one of the alleged victims because she hates him.

    The singer says he can’t obstruct justice because there is no way his ex-girlfriend would listen to anything he said.

    Earlier this week, Azriel went live on YouTube to talk with her fans. During the chat she pulled out a $4,000 Versace jacket once owned by Kelly. Azriel took out a pair of scissors and cut the jacket to pieces.

    RELATED: Azriel Claims R Kelly Beat Her Black and Blue

    In his motion, Kelly references the YouTube video writing, “it would be impossible for Mr. Kelly to engage in any obstructive behavior regarding this individual.

    She has, since leaving Mr. Kelly, created an active, for-profit, social media presence, requesting individuals to subscribe to her Instagram and YouTube channels, where she regularly speaks of how awful he was. “

    He points the video she uploaded where, “she takes a Versace winter coat that she stole from Mr. Kelly and cuts it up, showering herself in the feather filling.”

    Kelly tries to paint Azriel as the bad one, “It is clear from the audio that this was a premeditated stunt to gain viewers, with her mother in the background commenting that they had discussed using a knife and how that would have been much easier than using scissors.

    The rest of the video, as well as her others, has this Jane Doe talking extensively about her relationship with Mr. Kelly and her status as a victim. She is using her status to promote her brand.

    Watching all of this, it is obvious that she long ago rejected any allegiance to Mr. Kelly, could not be influenced by him or others acting on his behalf, and that any idea of a fear of obstruction here is simple fantasy.”

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