They went on to admit that they may have been too comfortable having their, at the time, teen daughter around Kelly back in 2015 since he was accused (and then acquitted) of child pornography.
He added: "He need to rot in jail".
In their joint interview with King, the two women said they're both in a "strong relationship" with the singer.
Earlier today, CBS This Morning's anchor Gayle King interviewed Jonjelyn and Timothy Savage and they claimed that their 23-year-old daughter is definitely not Okay - something is wrong, from their point of view!
King said she wanted to put him at ease. An image of him standing up and gesturing angrily while professing his innocence - as Gayle sits stoically in her chair - has gone viral. "If I stood up even to comfort him, that could have been his invitation to say 'This is over.' So I didn't interrupt his anger and let him have that".
Savage's account is similar to comments Kelly made in his explosive interview with King, which aired Wednesday.
The singer, who has faced at least two decades of sexual misconduct allegations, pleaded not guilty last month to 10 charges of aggravated sexual abuse involving four victims, three of whom were allegedly minors.
Kelly claimed to King that Joycelyn Savage's father brought her to one of his concerts in 2015. I was doing my show. "They have not received a dollar or a penny from R. Kelly", Avenatti said. Clary's family has also denied requesting or receiving money from Kelly.
R. Kelly taken back into custody after child-support hearing in Chicago
Kelly's attorney, Steve Greenberg, has said his client did not "knowingly" have sex with underage girls. The 52-year-old singer will remain in custody , Ansari added, until he pays what he owes - $161,633.
But as far as King is concerned, she's being showered with nothing but praise for keeping cool while R. Kelly commenced to act a complete fool, screaming and crying during her "CBS This Morning" interview with about his alleged sexual abuse, which he vehemently denied.
Savage said he talked with Kelly once on the phone.
Referring to Watters, she said: 'The guy just said like, "Robin Roberts, Gayle King". "Trust the process, '" Savage said.
"I will never be the man that this did not happen to", he told Roberts. "I cannot think of another case where there is this anger on so many sides, and you can understand why there would be".
In the docuseries, Kramer is seen tracking her daughter to a hotel where she was staying with Kelly and convincing her to sneak out so they could leave. "I'll be honest", she said. "Told her he would throw her out a f*** window", Kramer said.
'I call them prison calls since I can tell that someone's listening in.
Juan Williams: Janet, I, you know.