The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that after posting a $3 million bond which was covered by two cashier’s check and his posh Clayton County property, T.I. was released from federal custody Friday. The rapper he will be a prisoner in his home, with limits on who can visit him, until he is tried on federal gun charges. U.S. Magistrate Alan Baverman told T.I. any contact with witnesses, direct or indirect, is forbidden.
A video report from Atlanta’s CBS 46 has since been removed.