The man accusing R. Kelly of brainwashing his daughter and holding her captive doubled down on his claims that something is awry — even after his daughter said she’s "totally fine."

Hours after Joycelyn Savage appeared in a video assuring viewers that Kelly hasn’t "brainwashed" her — while declining to give her location — her dad, Tim Savage, responded with a video of his own.

"You know the reason why Ms. Joycelyn Savage didn’t tell you where her location’s at?" he asked in the clip posted to TMZ. "She’s not allowed to tell you her location."

He then urged Kelly to file a lawsuit against him in response to his allegations.

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"File it, so everyone can see your dirty laundry," Tim says in the video.

Tim and his wife, Jonjelyn, told BuzzFeed that they haven’t seen their daughter since December 2016 and that they believe she’s entangled in a "cult" led by Kelly. Three women formerly in Kelly’s inner circle also told BuzzFeed that Kelly houses multiple women in his Chicago and Georgia homes and regulates every aspect of their lives — including what they eat, how they dress and what they do during sexual interactions, which he records.

Joycelyn, 21, responded to these explosive claims late Monday evening in a TMZ video to insist Kelly, 50, isn’t holding her against her will.

"I am not being brainwashed or anything like that," she said, adding, "I just want everybody to know, my parents and everybody else in the world that I am totally fine and happy where I’m at."

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She added in a second video Tuesday that her father’s public allegations are embarrassing her.

"Dad, you know everything that’s going on with the media and the internet, and what you have done is a complete disaster, and you need to stop," Joycelyn said in the video published by TMZ. "Because right now I am fed with everything you are doing. You’re embarrassing me and the whole entire family."

"I am happy with where I’m at and the people I’m around."

Her parents had contacted police in Illinois and Georgia to report their concerns about their daughter, but police did not file any charges after well-being checks to two of Kelly’s homes.

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Joycelyn told police in Chicago that she was fine and "did not want to be bothered with her parents because her father was threatening people" after they went to check in on her at Kelly’s home in January, according to a Cook County police report obtained by the Daily News.

Tim has been fighting for his daughter to return home since last year. He’s posted four videos to YouTube featuring the title: "R. Kelly messing around with my daughter." In the first such video, which was published on Dec. 22, he wielded a baseball bat and angrily threatened the singer.

In other videos, he said he believes his daughter is experiencing Stockholm syndrome — a condition where someone being held against their will develops an affection or trust for the person holding them captive.

Joycelyn’s mother told BuzzFeed that her daughter met Kelly when she was 19 and had hoped he would help further her singing career.

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Joycelyn released a single called "Mimosa" last December that featured album artwork showing Kelly with his arm wrapped around her. The song’s cover referred to her as "R. Kelly’s girlfriend."

Kelly’s attorney has denied all allegations against him.