Gerald Griggs, the attorney who is representing the family of Jocelyn Savage, and unnamed tipsters who spoke to TMZ said that the tapes show multiple victims of sexual abuse and that many of them were confirmed to be underage at the time of the filming.
Kelly was arrested earlier this week on 13 counts of federal sex crimes, including four counts of producing and two counts of receiving child pornography. In addition to that, Kelly is facing other counts for racketeering, violation of the Mann Act, and obstruction of justice. Kelly is also facing 11 other sex abuse charges in Cook County relating to his alleged abuse of Jerhonda Pace, who shared her story in the Lifetime series Surviving R. Kelly.
At a recent press conference discussing the arrest, Kelly's publicist was interrupted by the father of Jocelyn Savage, who has constantly pushed for the singer to be prosecuted after she was pulled into Kelly's orbit at a young age. Timothy Savage has been kept from seeing his daughter and he let loose on the singer's publicist.
"I don't wanna hear all that," he yelled. "I wanna know where my daughter's at! Answer that question.”