R. Kelly Associate Pleads Guilty to Torching Azriel Clary Car!
Azriel Clary, R. Kelly’s ex-girlfriend is getting justice served for having her car set ablaze. Read on since R. Kelly Associate Pleads Guilty…
CelebnMusic247.com reports that during the summer of 2020, Azriel Clary shared she was a victim of arson by R Kelly or one of his associates.
Many speculate that R. Kelly or one of his associates is responsible. And with the news that R. Kelly’s Brooklyn sex-trafficking trial is set for August, prison is looking like a home for him.
Now, a year later, one of Kelly’s former associates says he’s the one who did it, and he is guilty of the crime.
In July 2020, Clary shared an Instagram post alleging her car was torched.
She also alleged that the culprit also tried burning her home down.
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She captioned a photo:
Someone not only set my car on fire at 3 am but they also made a gas line around my entire house, with intentions to burn my entire home down. It was something that was premeditated, but the fact that someone would go to that extreme to harm me is sickening.
Azriel Clary reveals her car damage:
Clary’s car was torched amid her speaking out about her five-year relationship with Kelly. She says Kelly is abusive and manipulative.
One of the speculations regarding why Kelly’s alleged victims don’t speak publicly is due to fear of retaliation. Clary admits to witnessing Kelly and others threaten victims. Despite such, she insists she will not be silenced.
Michael Williams is the arsonist:
Williams is reportedly a known associate of R. Kelly. On April 19, Williams admitted to setting Clary‘s car on fire. He says he did so in an attempt to silence her by way of intimidation from testifying against Kelly and continuing to speak out publicly. – TheJasmineBrand
A complaint reveals Williams’ cell phone has Clary’s Florida address. After the car lit on fire, there was an explosion. A witness claimed to have seen “an individual fleeing from the scene whose arm appeared to be lit on fire.” – PageSix