Tallahassee mayor and Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum received a ticket to the Broadway show "Hamilton" in 2016 from undercover FBI agents examining city corruption, according to a new report, even though Gillum's campaign said he got the ticket from a family member.

According to a stash of text messages between Gillum and former lobbyist Adam Corey that were released by Corey’s lawyer Chris Kise on Tuesday, Corey informed Gillum the ticket was from “Mike Miller.” Miller was an alias used by an FBI agent pretending to be a developer examining city corruption, but was really investigating corruption in Tallahassee for the FBI, the Tampa Bay Times reports.

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"Mike Miller and the crew have tickets for us for Hamilton tonight at 8 p.m.," Corey, who has known Gillum since college, said in a text message to Gillum on Aug. 10, 2016.

"Awesome news about Hamilton," Gillum said.

The reports appears to be at odds with what Gillum’s campaign has said about how Gillum obtained the tickets. In a statement last month, Gillum’s campaign claimed that he had received his ticket from his brother Marcus.

"After the trip, Mayor Gillum learned Marcus Gillum had obtained that ticket in a swap with Adam Corey for a concert ticket," the campaign said.

The text messages between Gillum and Corey were provided to the Florida Commission on Ethics, in response to a subpoena for documents. The commission is examining trips Gillum took in 2016 to New York and Costa Rica.

In light of the report, Gillum reiterated that he received his ticket to the show from his brother.

"These records vindicate and add more evidence that at every turn I was paying my own way or was with my family, for all trips, including picking up tickets from my brother, Marcus, who was with a group of his own friends," Gillum said in a statement, per the Tampa Bay Times. "But this isn't about a Broadway show, it's about a sideshow, because Ron DeSantis and his associates have no vision, no healthcare plan, and are running the most false, negative campaign in Florida history. Floridians deserve better."

Gillum’s office did not respond to a request for comment from the Washington Examiner.

Kise argued that the records show “no criminal activity took place” and noted that they were released Tuesday since they would become public.

Gillum, a Democrat, is running for Florida governor against former GOP Rep. Ron DeSantis in November.