According to Rolling Stone, a judge decided to place a strict curfew on the building that houses the R. Kelly’s recording studio. The singer believes that the new restriction will upset his “creativity.”

Read More: New R. Kelly Sex Tape: Michael Avenatti claims he has new 45-minute video showing singer sexually abusing underage girl

The property was featured in the Lifetime docuseries, Surviving R. Kelly, in January. It allegedly is where some of the abuse of some of the alleged victims endured at the hands of Kelly took place. Ever since the doc, the studio has come under heavy scrutiny by Chicago authorities.

A Chicago judge issued 66 building violations to Kelly prior to this decision due to the singer turning the building into illegal living space with amenities such as a kitchen, bar room, sauna, along with the recording studio. Not to mention, some of the space in the building was restricted.

Amidst the ongoing controversy with the studio space, R. Kelly could soon possibly face new charges after attorney, Michael Avenatti, turned over a recent sex tape to the Cook County prosecutor’s office.