Howard said she was only in the video mentioned because she was offering moral support to Halle and Vonecia. In fact, in a written statement Howard offered the following: "Mr. Kelly hired me as his personal fashion stylist where I provided wardrobe direction for concerts, album cover shoots, and special appearances. Our professional relationship along with all communication ceased in March of 2017."
Just like it has been discovered with many others making claims against Kelly, the chances of them coming forward with their stories were slim to none before people took it upon themselves to "expose" them. It should raise the question.. If what they are saying is true, why aren't they being criminally charged as Kelly is considering alone he does not make up this enterprise mentioned in his indictment. Why is it okay to pull out the victim card if in fact what's being said about Kelly is true, that would make those speaking guilty as well?
Hypothetically speaking, if there is a video of all these women sharing their stories abusing children, shouldn't they be held accountable as well?
Maybe this will shed some light as to why the same women who once didn't not like one another can now try to clean up their images as Kelly awaits his trial. In the industry, we all know the stories of blackmail and extortion. Is it far fetched to believe these people we see coming forward have been intimidated into speaking out against Kelly privately as they put up fronts publicly?
They then began leaking information about alleged enablers.
Strange how some still remain nameless, while others have become alleged victims. Asante McGee Carson was allegedly fired in 2016. She then looked up the Savages and began to plant their stories in an effort to get others to speak out with them.