R. Kelly's ex-manager was granted bond upon his surrender in Georgia.
R. Kelly's former manager Henry James Mason has surrendered to local authorities in Henry County, Georgia after a warrant was made out for his arrest. The charges against Mason stem from "terroristic threats and acts" he allegedly made towards the parents of Joycelyn Savage, one of the women who is reportedly being held captive by the R&B singer in an alleged sex dungeon.
The terroristic threats were likely made on R. Kelly's direct orders. After checking in, Mason was granted bond, under the presumption he stays away from Joycelyn's parents while he awaits trial.
CNN was first to report the issuance of Mason's arrest warrant, on January 9th. Jocelyn Savage's parents Tim and Jonjelyn have given several interviews since the "sex cult" terminology gained significant ground last spring. In fact, Tim and Jonjelyn are set to appear on Dateline NBC later tonight, for yet another spot appearance.
The very nature of the threat uttered by Mason to Joycelyn Savage's has been publicly acknowledged for some time now. Joycelyn's father is on record claiming that Mason told him, "I'm gonna do harm to you and your family, when I see you I'm gonna get you, I'm going to f***ing kill you," in an unrecorded phone call.
As the R. Kelly allegations grow more sinister, the District Attorney's office in his hometown of Chicago continues its efforts to draw more victims out of the woodwork, in an attempt to bolster their impending prosecution.