R. Kelly’s career has somehow remained afloat amidst all of the scandals and accusations that he’s faced this year (and all those years prior). Currently out on tour, it looks like the 50-year-old singer's schedule is packed even with people calling for him to get kicked off Sony. Although his plate may be full, two of his mansions now aren’t. Police recently discovered that Kelly's homes in Johns Creek, Ga. have been ransacked, left nearly empty.
While the entertainer was in New Orleans for a performance, Alfonso Walker, whom investigators were able to link to the thefts, broke into both homes and took most of the furniture, electronics, and personal items. Some of the neighbors reported seeing men loading furniture from both houses into cars. Walker, who has worked for Kelly in the past, is wanted on two counts of burglary, two counts of theft by taking, and two counts of theft by deception.
Kelly's Atlanta mansions were the subject of discussion back in July when he was accused of holding multiple women against their will. According to alleged former members of Kelly’s circle, the singer controlled all aspects of the women’s communication with their parents and had them reside in houses he owned in Atlanta and Chicago. Police in Johns Creek said that as the women are over 18, no crime is being committed. R. Kelly has denied the accusations.