Federal investigators have asked the family of Joycelyn Savage to hold off on pursuing R. Kelly. According to TMZ, the family was planning to conduct a follow up welfare check at the singer's Chicago home, but sources involved said that the feds told the Savage's attorney that they need to hold off on the welfare check. The reason why is because investigators feel like it could interfere with the ongoing federal probe.

Meanwhile, sources say that R. Kelly is extremely “agitated” after getting arrested and being charged with 10 counts of aggravated sexual abuse, and probed by the feds for possible human trafficking violations.

Law enforcement is reporteldy worried that another welfare check will freak out the women and the feds are going to want to interview them when the time is right.

Both Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary were both in court supporting the singer last week during his bail hearing.

The family will reportedly take heed to what the feds are asking them to do but they still plan to turn over physical evidence in the case.


In other news, Valencia P. Love, the woman who paid for R. Kelly to get out of jail received a bomb threat at her place of employment — a daycare. CBS Chicago confirmed that multiple calls came in reporting a bomb threat and that the daycare center was evacuated. No one was injured.

Law enforcment sources said that authorities did not find an explosive device at the daycare center.

Meanwhile, the status of Love's employment at the daycare center is unclear. Although she is still listed as a “registered agent,” local outles say that the daycare itself and the Dept. of Children and Family Services says Love no longer works there.