T.I. Released From Halfway House, Gets 11 PM Curfew
Grammy-winning rapper T.I. is reportedly going to be released from halfway house confinement today, however, he will still be under a supervised watch for about a month.
According to reports, the rapper will also have to complete community service.
T.I.’s attorney, Steve Sadow, tells TMZ the rapper — who’s been serving the last 30 days of his sentence under house arrest — will officially be done today. T.I. will now be placed under 23 days of supervised release … which means he’ll have to be home by 11 PM unless he’s performing, when he’ll have to be in by 1 AM. The rapper — real name Clifford Harris — will also have to complete 400 hours of community service and will be on probation for three years. (TMZ)