A Brooklyn federal judge ordered pharmaceutical executive Martin Shkreli on Monday (Mar. 5) to give up $7.36 million worth assets after getting convicted securities fraud. The sentence comes just a few months after his arrest.

The “Pharma-bro” became famous—or infamous for that matter—when his firm Turing Pharmaceuticals New York skyrocketed the price AIDs-fighting Daraprim from $13.50 per pill to $750.

Potentially the most devastating these assets Shkreli will forfeit is the sole copy Wu Tang Clan’s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin album he bought for $2 million in 2015. After the purchase, he became hated among Wu Tang fans, teasing the release the album. Plenty drama occurred from the purchase to the forfeiture, and reading about it would take ages. Billboard has you covered. Here’s a timeline Shkreli’s ownership Once Upon a Time in Shaolin.

September 2016 – Shkreli says he either wants to destroy Once Upon a Time in Shaolin or hide it

In a prile with Vice, author Allie Conti noted that the executive “vacillates between wanting to destroy the record and dreaming installing it in some remote place so that people have to make a spiritual quest to listen.” He even bragged about being music’s villain for buying the album in the first place.

February 2016 – Long Island artist sues the pharmaceutical over the album’s artwork

Jason Koza’s lawsuit said the album violated copyright laws, claiming his portraits the hip-hop group he made in 2013 and 2014 were used without his permission. He sought unspecified damages from multiple people involved, including Shkreli, a Wu-Tang leader, one the album’s producers and the auctioneer.

November 2016 – Shkreli promises to release the album if Donald Trump becomes President

The day after Trump was elected, the executive released a series videos, featuring him with parts Once Upon a Time in Shaolin playing in the background. According to Pitchfork, Shkreli decided to negotiate with Wu Tang Clan on releasing the rest the album, since he didn’t expect the Republican candidate to actually win.

August 2017 – Shkreli plays a full snippet one the tracks during a live stream interview

After he was found guilty on three counts securities fraud, the “Pharma Bro” sat down with an interviewer to discuss the verdict. On the album, he said he purchased it because he loves music and particularly hip-hop. “I don’t buy fancy things. I donated $2 million to Wu-Tang. I got a mixtape in return. It was a wonderful investment,” he said to the interviewer. Listen to the clip below around the 49-minute mark.

September 1, 2017 – The pharmaceutical wanted to sell the album

After taunting fans for nearly two years with teases and snippets the unreleased record, Shkreli listed the project on eBay. In the description for the listing, he mentions Wu Tang member Ghostface Killah, who was seen on TMZ calling Shkreli a “s—thead” for raising the price Daraprim. “I decided to purchase this album as a gift to the Wu-Tang Clan for their tremendous musical output. Instead I received scorn from at least one their (least-intelligent) members, and the world at large failed to see my purpose putting a serious value behind music,” he wrote. He also noted that half the proceeds would go to medical research.

September 15, 2017 – Wu Tang Clan associates reveal Once Upon a Time in Shaolin might not be an actual Clan album

Business publication Bloomberg spoke to several the group’s affiliates, particularly Killa Sin. According to Sin, the record was originally meant for Moroccan producer Cilvaringz. “The way he presented it was it was going to be basically his album, and he wanted me to do some work for him.” Member U-God’s manager Domingo Neris agreed, saying, “It’s not an authorized Wu-Tang Clan album.”

December 2017 – The court threatens to seize the record

Shkreli was arrested and put in jail on charges he cheated investors on two failed hedge funds. While awaiting an ficial sentence, Brooklyn prosecutors wanted the federal court to seize $7 million in assets, including his Picasso painting, Lil Wayne’s Tha Carter V album and the Wu Tang Clan record.

March 5, 2018 – It’s ficial, Shkreli must forfeit the record

The order by U.S. District Judge Kiyo Matsumoto comes just four days before the pharmaceutical will receive his sentence. In a letter he wrote to the judge, Shkreli showed a different, ster side himself after having an attitude during the trial. “I was wrong. I was a fool. I should have known better.”