R. Kelly's Lawyer Denies Joycelyn Savage's Pregnancy Claims (Update) 

R. Kelly’s Lawyer Denies Joycelyn Savage’s Pregnancy Claims (Update) 

While R. Kelly continues to serve his time behind bars and also prepares to head back to court for another case, his fiancée Joycelyn Savage released an 11-page book where she claimed to be pregnant with the singer’s child. However, his lawyer has jumped in to say that her claims are not true.

R, Kelly’s attorney, Jennifer Bonjean, took to Twitter to deny Joycelyn’s claims and said,

“There is no truth to reports that Joy is releasing a tell-all memoir and she is certainly not pregnant with R. Kelly’s child. People are just insane. Carry on.”


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As previously reported, Joycelyn released her 11-page memoir, “Love and Joy of Robert,” and in the book she says, “Months later, I began expecting severe morning sickness and was unsure what was wrong with my body. I thought I had contracted COVID-19, but the most amazing news of all was that I was expecting.”

She also spoke to the New York Post about the release of her book and said, “Yes, Robert approved the book and his team has read it through. I wanted pictures of us at concerts, at his house, and lying down together. I told them I wanted exactly what happened. However, there were moments I didn’t include in this book because I wanted to have a happy ending and story with Robert.”

She also shared that there is a second volume of the book that is expected to be released next year.

As many of you know, R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in his federal racketeering and sex- trafficking case back in June. He is scheduled to return to court in Chicago on charges of child pornography and obstruction of justice.



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