R. Kelly's Former Manager Surrenders To Police And Is Released On Bond For Sending Threats To Jocelyn Savage's Family
Mason allegedly told Timothy Savage, the father of Kelly’s alleged cult member Jocelyn Savage, that he was going to “f**king kill” him.
UPDATE: 2:10 PM EST (November 25, 2018)
James Manson, R. Kelly’s former manager, has surrendered to the Henry County Sheriff's deputies Friday morning, where he was booked for allegedly making terroristic threats to Timothy and Jonjelyn Savage, the parents of Jocelyn Savage.
According to NBC News, Manson posted the $10,000 bond and was released within minutes of being arrested. He is required not to make any contact with Joceyln's family.
James Mason, R. Kelly’s former manager who is being accused of sending terrorizing, threatening text messages to the father of one of Kelly’s accusers, is reportedly surrendering to Georgia authorities.
According to The Blast, Mason will surrender in Henry County, Ga. on Wednesday (Jan. 16) after a judge issued a warrant for his arrest, citing “terroristic threats and acts.” A police report obtained by the site states that Mason told Timothy Savage, the father of Kelly’s alleged cult member Jocelyn Savage, that he was going to “f**king kill” him when he saw him, and that he was going to harm him and his family.
A second manager for Kelly, Don Russell, is also reportedly under investigation for allegedly harassing and threatening the Savage family for participating in the six-part docu-series, Surviving R. Kelly.
Mr. Savage was reportedly texted by Mr. Russell, who said it would “be best for him and his family if the documentary [Surviving R. Kelly] does not air." During a phone call that was put on speaker, Russell reportedly threatened to reveal information about Mr. Savage if he did not pull out of the doc.
Kelly is under investigation in both Georgia and Illinois, which is reportedly a direct response to the allegations made in the Lifetime docu-series.