“Even before moving to the house, one of the earlier things that he showed me, maybe like a month before moving me to the house, he introduced me to the trainer,” McGee says in an interview on “The Dr. Oz Show,” which is set to air Thursday, Page Six reports.
“I was told, she’s someone to teach me how to please him. So basically, she would give me instructions sexually how to please him, what he liked and what he didn’t like.”
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McGee says one of the first people she met at Kelly’s home near Atlanta was the trainer, and the star’s longtime girlfriend Azriel Clary.
“When we got to the home, it was me, the trainer, and Azriel there. We was together, we arrived at the house, [Kelly] showed us the bedrooms and everything, and from that moment, that’s when he just started giving me the rules every day, because I remember having to go to the bathroom, to the kitchen, wherever, you had to knock on.”
Despite his bizarre and controlling antics, McGee still moved into his home after two years of dating, when Kelly convinced her to fly from Oklahoma to Georgia.
“[I] arrived at his house, and he said, ‘Welcome home,’” she said. “It was not up for discussion or anything, I was just told.”
Hear her tell it via the clip above.
The R&B singer is currently facing federal and state charges related to sexually abusing women and young girls.
Lifetime has set a January 2 premiere date for its sequel documentary series “Surviving R. Kelly Part II: The Reckoning,” which is the follow-up to the Emmy-nominated “Surviving R. Kelly.”
‘Part II’ will air on three consecutive nights, and feature interviews with new survivors, supporters, psychologists and cultural and legal experts.