T.I. released from halfway house

    T.I. is a free man once again as he was finally released from a halfway house today.

    Reportedly, T.I. was allowed to return to his home earlier today after being let out of an Atlanta-area facility.

    The homecoming is about a month in the making as T.I. was originally released from an Arkansas prison on August 31. Fewer than 24 hours later, he was back in federal custody because authorities had a problem with his choice to be transported to the halfway house in a luxury coach.

    He was released to the halfway house on September 15.

    Tip and his family will celebrate his return with an exclusive brunch on October 2 in Atlanta.

    T.I. spent an entire year in prison for violating the terms of his probation from a 2009 prison sentence for gun charges. His most recent stay in prison stemmed from a September 2010 incident where the rapper was arrested for pulling an illegal u-turn on the Sunset Strip in Los Angeles.

    When cops pulled him over, a search turned up a narcotic substance.The arrest came just weeks after he’d finally tied the knot with his wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle. The Atlanta rapper was later sentenced to 11 months in prison.

    Check out T.I.’s first steps as a once-again free man in the video below!

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    Here’s more:
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