The woman alleges that the 52-year-old embattled singer slept with her in 2001 at a Detroit motel on December 30.
After portions of Gayle King's explosive interview with R. Kelly tore up Twitter on Wednesday, causing King to trend worldwide, CBS News announced Wednesday afternoon it will broadcast a one-hour primetime special showing even more of the interview at 8 p.m. Friday.
"I would never share with no one what I do in or outside of the bedroom", Clary said.
"I know that R. Kelly is mentally destroying her, and I just want her home", her sister said Wednesday after the interview aired. From there, King said while that may be true this is a much different circumstance, to which Clary replied: "it's not a different circumstance, people all over the world have multiple girlfriends".
Kelly also said that the two were given to him willingly by their parents.
In the docuseries "Surviving R. Kelly", Clary's parents said she pushed them to allow her to work with Kelly in the music industry.
Experts say the TV appearance was risky and could backfire if it gives prosecutors more information to use against him at trial.
Clary further alleged that her parents began to threaten her and R. Kelly that they would release naked photos of her if he doesn't send thousands of dollars to a bank account.
Clary also broke down in tears. "You guys are believing in some fucking facade that our parents are saying". "How stupid would it be for me, with my insane past and what I've been through-oh, right, now I just think I need to be monster and hold girls against their will, chain them up in my basement, and don't let them eat, don't let them out, unless they need some shoes down the street from their uncle!" "Negativity sells, gossip sells".
The 52-year-old recording artist has been trailed for decades by allegations that he violated underage girls and women and held some as virtual slaves.
Angelo and Alice Clary previously retorted in a statement, "We have never received a penny from R. Kelly. And what they're doing right now is all for money".
A recent example of where such an interview might have done more harm than good was in the case against "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett, who was charged with falsely reporting a racist, anti-gay attack against him in Chicago. Clary claimed that her parents are speaking out against Kelly for financial gain. Kelly's next hearing in the child support case is on March 13 and his next court date on the sex abuse charges is March 22.