An unauthorized R. Kelly album I Admit It leaked last week.
Kelly is currently locked up for sexually abusing girls and his team denied they were behind the album.
Now his team is claiming that Kelly's master recordings were stolen.
Back in February, Keith Calbert, who oversees the warehouse where Kelly's property is being stored, called the police to report a theft. According to Colbert, nine months earlier two roadies had taken several hundred of Kelly's recordings and brought them to California. When Calbert contacted them and asked them to bring the masters back he was told he needed to pay 160K for their return, which he didn't do.
Calbert was able to show police the empty shelves where between 350 and 500 of Kells's unreleased masters had been before they were taken.
It's unclear why Calbert took nine months to make the police report and why we are just hearing about the whole thing now. Kelly's team is said to be looking for the roadies.