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UNSPECIFIED LOCATION - MARCH 6: (EDITORS NOTE: Best quality available) In this handout provided by Cook County Sheriff’s Office, R. Kelly poses for a mugshot photo after being arrested for $161,663 in unpaid child support March 6, 2019. The Cook County Sheriff's Office revealed that Kelly will have to pay the full amount before he can be released from jail. (Photo by Cook County Sheriff’s Office via Getty Images)

Warning: This article contains troubling, and triggering, allegations about R. Kelly.

As if there haven’t been enough disturbing allegations about R. Kelly, a forthcoming documentary called Precedence adds another horrifying one. In a scene in the documentary, Azriel Clary is seen on the phone telling someone that R. Kelly forced her to defecate in a cup and then eat her feces. “Yes, he has a video of me, um…He made me do this video, actually, of me doing a number two in a cup, and then eating it out of the cup,” Clary said in the clip.

The clip then moves to another phone conversation where Clary is talking to the embattled singer-songwriter on the phone seeming as if she’s calling things off with Kelly.

“It’s done. It’s over. It’s over. You may not even make it to trial. I’m so sorry for you. I’m sorry. I really did love you. And you lied to me. And you used me. And you played me,” Clary said to Kelly on the phone.

“I love you,” Kelly responded to Clary. The clip was posted to Instagram by As Is Entertainment Network on Thursday (Mar. 5). “In this clip, Azriel tells the feds what is on the newfound tapes soon to be used against R.Kelly,” the network wrote in the caption of the video.

According to As Is Entertainment, Precedence will be released “soon,” but it doesn’t have a release date yet. Check out the clip below.

In this clip, Azriel tells the feds what is on the newfound tapes soon to be used against R.Kelly. #Precedence #Coming soon

97 Likes, 163 Comments - @asisentertainmentnetwork on Instagram: "In this clip, Azriel tells the feds what is on the newfound tapes soon to be used against R.Kelly...."

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.