Joycelyn Savage, 24, says the singer choked her until she blacked out, urinated and defecated on her and forced her to call him “daddy” and “master.”
The Florida native also calls Kelly a “monster” who held her hostage in his homes, declined to buy her pads when she menstruated and forced her to have a surgical abortion at his residence.
“I’ve never had surgery done in my life so that was really shocking and a scary moment for me. He didn’t want me going to the hospital because the news would break out,” she alleged Sunday.
Savage made the allegations in a series of weekend posts on the subscription website Patreon.com.
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“There were nights where I couldn’t sleep I cried to myself why did I get myself into this mess,” she wrote.
Savage said Kelly initially wooed her in 2015 with compliments on her voice and promises he would turn her into a star.
She said he showered her with attention and shopping sprees until he she believed they were in love, and that’s when he started manipulating and “controlling” her.
“If Robert called me I would have to reply with ‘Yes, daddy’ or ‘Please daddy,’” she wrote.
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Savage “vividly” recalled one alleged incident where she called Kelly “babe” instead of one of his disturbing designations.
“He grabbed me and choked me until I blacked out. I had bruises around my neck, and I was told by him to wear a turtle neck or a scarf to cover them up whenever he would take me out in public,” she wrote.
Kelly’s lawyers did not immediately respond to a request for comment from the Daily News.
His longtime attorney Steve Greenberg reportedly told Variety that Savage was fabricating a story for money because Kelly was not able to support her anymore.
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“Obviously if she were to tell the truth no one would pay so she has, unfortunately, chosen to regurgitate the stories and lies told by others for her own personal profit,” Greenberg said.
“We know the real facts, and it was not until the money ran out that she decided anything was wrong. Hopefully people will see it for the obvious profiteering it is,” he told Variety.
Kelly, 52, is being held without bond in Chicago while he battles a long list of federal and state criminal charges in multiple states.
His pending 13-count Chicago Federal Court indictment claims he conspired with two former cohorts to rig his 2008 child pornography trial through bribery and intimidation.
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His July 10 New York indictment alleges he ran a racketeering operation that transported girls and women over state lines for sex and engaged in coercion, kidnapping and forced labor.
The charges involve five Jane Doe victims — three of them minors at the time of their alleged abuse.
Kelly faces the possibility of decades in prison if convicted as charged.
Savage traveled to New York from Chicago in an apparent show of support for Kelly at his first court appearance in Brooklyn last August.
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She and fellow alleged sex slave Azriel Clary sat in the courtroom as Kelly scanned the gallery and smiled at them.
Savage and Clary also appeared side-by-side in a TV interview with CBS News’ Gayle King in March, after Kelly was indicted on Illinois state charges of aggravated criminal sexual abuse.
Both claimed they were still “in love” with the singer and not “brainwashed.”
Savage said in a Patreon post Sunday that she had “signed the papers” and previously felt too "threatened” and “scared” to defy Kelly.