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An associate of R. Kelly was sentenced to 8 years in prison after trying to intimidate a witness in the singer’s trial …

As the noose tightened around R. Kelly following the multiple charges he faces and for which he was found guilty ( he is now waiting to hear his sentence while trials are still underway in various states), one of his associates has also suffered wrath of justice . Michael Williams, a relative of the R&B singer in charge of his communication was sentenced to 8 years in prison for having tried to intimidate a witness in the lawsuit against the artist . According to the authorities, the latter would have traveled to Florida in June 2020, setting fire to an SUV that was in front of the house where the witness in question lived .The vehicle belonged to the victim’s father. The goal was simple, to scare her, so that she does not cooperate with the Feds. That woman is Azriel Clary, described as a former girlfriend and victim of R. Kelly . This act was committed shortly after she declared that she wanted to speak out about what the interpreter of I Believe I Can Fly had done to her.

A premeditated gesture

Azriel Clary had also spoken following this more than reprehensible act. “ Someone not only set my car on fire at 3 am, but they also put a gas line around my house, intending to burn it down. It was something premeditated, but the fact that someone goes so far to hurt me makes me sick, ”she said, still in shock. It should also be noted that there were 4 adults – including the victim – as well as 2 children in the residence at the time of the fire . Williams’ attorney Todd Spodek said a 5-year sentence would have been ” sufficient.”. As a reminder, R. Kelly had been convicted of 8 counts related to prostitution, racketeering as well as alleged sexual exploitation of minors. Facts for which he will be finally judged on May 4, 2022, the date on which he will know his sentence, which will be at least 10 years, and which can reach life imprisonment. In addition, he still has to face justice in Illinois and Minnesota in similar cases …

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