No More Jail Time For T.I. — He's All Moved Out And Living In A Halfway Home

Wed, December 23, 2009 9:36am EDT by 2 Comments
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He’ll be staying in Atlanta for three more months — but ladies, please don’t try and visit.

Wow, we can’t believe T.I.‘s seven-month jail sentence is already up — it seems like just yesterday we were watching his “Road To Redemption” series on MTV. The rapper was released from prison in Arkansas today, and is expected to move to Dismas Charities Atlanta West in Georgia, where The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports he’ll be living in a halfway home for the next three months.

When his time at the halfway house is up, T.I. will still have to do 500 hours of community service and will be under home incarceration for 23 days. He was arrested in 2007 when police discovered the rapper sent his bodyguards to buy silencers and machine guns. Earlier this year, he was sentenced to 366 days in the Forrest City penitentiary.

We wonder if he’ll be getting another reality deal out of his new digs?