The "suicide pact" was reportedly a false alarm.
There have been so many twists and turns in R. Kelly's current situation. Everything picked up after the Surviving R. Kelly docu-series aired on Lifetime, prompting many people to take the singer out of their playlists and speak out against him. He is currently awaiting trial in a case where he's being accused of sexually abusing several women, the majority of which were underage. Today, a tip that was provided to the Chicago Police Department had cops rushing to his Trump Tower residence when it was believed that a number of his alleged victims were going to carry out a "suicide pact." According to TMZ, it was all a false alarm.
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Somebody reportedly incorrectly notified the police that a mass suicide would be happening at R. Kelly's home. When officers arrived on the scene, they spoke with the singer's attorneys who assured them that everything was fine.
An anonymous caller reportedly told police that Azriel Clary and four other women would be committing suicide in R. Kelly's Chicago home. It is now being reported that the call contained illegitimate information. R. Kelly had been meeting with his legal team for a couple of hours before police showed up and there was reportedly no strange activity regarding Azriel Clary or any other women. Listen to the police dispatch below.