Someone actually risked criminal charges to get his/her hands on Tyga’s clothing designs. No, really.

According to TMZ, Tyga’s Last Kings flagship store in Los Angeles was broken into and burglarized sometime between late Friday night and early Saturday. An employee who opened the store this morning discovered the break-in and immediately alerted authorities.

Police said it was a forced entry and that the burglar made off with several of the brand’s pieces. It’s unclear how much the items were worth. Officers are continuing to look for the suspect.

For the past couple of years, Tyga’s Last Kings clothing brand has been at the center of multiple legal disputes. In 2015, the rapper’s former business partner Chuon Gen Lee accused him of stealing her brand concepts and failing to fulfill a business agreement. Lee successfully sued T-Raww for $1.6 million and damages; however, that figure has since increased to more than $2 million, as he has failed to pay off the debt within the last couple of years. 

In 2016, the owner of Last King’s retail space accused Tyga of causing expensive damages to the property in addition to skipping rent payments. The landlord sued Tyga for $75,000 in damages and five months of rent. The rapper’s team claimed he was not responsible for repairs, as the building wasn’t up to code.