R. Kelly's Atlanta mansions 'ransacked' and burglarized


He has been charged with burglary, theft by taking and theft by deception.

While on tour in New Orleans during Thanksgiving weekend, two of the singer's homes were broken into and almost emptied out, WXIA reports.

Kelly's housekeeper called the police to say she found the house emptied of belongings when she came to clean the home.

Kelly's housekeeper contacted authorities on November 26 when she arrived to discover "everything was gone", according to a police report. Almost everything was taken. including furniture, electronics and other property. They told police they were hired by Walker to sell everything because Kelly was relocating to Chicago. Police obtained a search warrant for Walker's home, where they recovered some of the stolen property and Walker gave conflicting accounts of just how all of R. Kelly's stuff ended up in his house.

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When police arrived, they blocked the truck in.

He was told he had to turn himself into police on Tuesday but didn't end up doing so which has ultimately led to a warrant for his arrest.

In interviews with police, Walker allegedly said he sold the items because he felt he was "owed" money from the singer.

Kelly's spokesperson said he was thankful to police for their "swift and diligent work in determining the responsible parties".