T.I. was released from prison today on $3 million bond and will be allowed to remain at home under strict supervision in a weapons case that could see him jailed for up to 30 years.
Judge Alan Baverman said the rapper could stay at his home south of Atlanta on condition that he is monitored electronically and submits to random searches.
The judge said his visitors also must submit to searches and no more than three can visit at a time.
“You are going to be under home incarceration that is going to be governed by an active GPS (Global Positioning System) at your cost,” Baverman told T.I., warning him not to have any contact with potential witnesses in the case.