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Police Rush to R. Kelly's House after a 911 Suicide Call was Made

Updated On 13 Mar, 2019 Published On

Chicago Police officials made a rush to singer R.Kelly's Trump Tower residence on 12th March 2019, Tuesday after receiving a 911 call that said that his girlfriends were attempting a suicide pact. 

In the 911 call, which is now online (https://clyp.it/eclo3q1h), one can hear an anonymous caller telling the dispatching officer that Azriel Clary, R. Kelly's girlfriend and four other victims of R. Kelly's sexual abuse had planned to carry out a suicide pact in front of the condos at Trump Tower.

Azriel

CAPTION: Azriel Clary, R. Kelly's girlfriend

SOURCE: washtimes

 

The caller, however, did not give specifics as to when the so-called suicide would occur neither did he give a unit number.

As per the statement, given to PEOPLE by the Chicago Police Department, the emergency responders from the department arrived at the 400 blocks of North Wabasbeforere 5:30 PM (local time).

The statement read

Police received a call from an out of state anonymous caller stating that people at the location were going to carry out a suicide pact. Police on scene conducting a wellness check and it is not a bonafide incident,

The call was a false alarm because when the police approached R.Kelly, he was in a meeting with his attorneys.

When asked to speak on the matter, R. Kelly's advocate Steve Greenberg told PEOPLE

It is offensive that anyone gives this any credibility.

It was later discovered that the call was made from the National Human Trafficking hotline.

R.

CAPTION: R. Kelly

SOURCE: rollingstone

 

R. Kelly was recently released from jail after he paid the child support to ex-wife Drea Kelly.

The singer is yet to face charges against 10 counts of aggravated assault in the court for the sexual abuse allegations filed against him.