Your auntie's fave is in trouble again. On Monday news broke that R. Kelly has been running an abusive "cult" housing six women between his rental properties in Chicago and the Atlanta suburbs. Two sets of parents of young women, who were allegedly lured in by the 50-year-old with promises of stardom, went to the authorities to report suspicions that Kelly had essentially made their daughters, and six other women his sex slaves. Subsequently, three other women, who had previously been part of Kelly's camp, gave their rendition of events which largely aligned with the allegations that Kelly is controlling every aspect of these young women's lives.

Following yesterday's disturbing allegations against Kelly, one of the six women at the center of the controversy has come out to publically defend the singer, saying that she's "totally happy and okay." In an interview with TMZ, Jocelyn Savage, the 21-year-old women whose family came forward against Kelly, denied any misconduct and explained that she voluntarily cut off communication with her parents after a disagreement over her relationship with Kelly, claiming she's exactly where she wants to be. Savage did not speak to her whereabouts or the nature of her relationship with the R&B singer.

Kelly has denied the accusations and hinted toward possible legal action against the Savage family. We'll be watching to see how this story unfolds.  What we do know for sure is that the man who has made a career out of creating epic, dramatic sagas is now the star of his own.