R. Kelly's Associate Pleads Guilty To Setting Azriel Clary's Vehicle On Fire

R. Kelly's Associate Pleads Guilty To Setting Azriel Clary's Vehicle On Fire
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It's been just revealed that R. Kelly 's associate pleaded guilty to the accusations of setting Azriel Clary's vehicle on fire. Check out the complete details revealed by The Shade Room.

TSR cites notes from Page Six and reveals that one of R. Kelly’s associates, Michael Williams, has admitted to setting Azriel Clary’s vehicle on fire.

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'The 38-year-old pled guilty to one count of arson for destroying the vehicle that was located in Kissimmee, Florida, and rented Azriel's father,' TSR noted.

It's been also reported that in exchange for the plea deal, prosecutors dropped the witness tampering charge. Williams still faces up to 71 months in prison.

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Someone said: 'And y’all still think R Kelly innocent? 🙄' and a commenter posted this: 'And y’all was saying she was LYING. I ain’t forget! 🤧'

One other follower posted: 'Not she took a picture w the burnt car chile,' and someone else said: 'I hate that y’all focused on her posing in front of the car and not the literal threat against her for speaking out.'

One follower posted this: 'So What you’re saying is everything was true,' and a commenter said: 'Y’all are asking the wrong questions.. why did he try to have her killed? Too many folks asking about the wrong thing. And still think he’s innocent.'

In other recent news, it's been revealed that  R. Kelly   has been moved to NYC for his sex trafficking trial. The Shade Room has more details about the issue.

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'federal judge has approved R. Kelly to be moved from Chicago to New York City for his trial due to several sex trafficking allegations, according to @apnews. The trial is set to occur in a Brooklyn federal court on August 9th after delays due to the pandemic,' TSR said.

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