T.I. was released from federal custody early Thursday, his attorney confirmed to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Attorney Steve Sadow said T.I. left the Dismas Charities Atlanta halfway house "very early this morning" after spending the last year in federal custody and the last two weeks at the halfway house.
TMZ reported that T.I. left the halfway house just after midnight. Without fanfare, he got into a chauffeur-driven SUV and rode off.
T.I. will have one year of supervised release. He must participate in a drug/alcohol testing and treatment program. He cannot possess or own any firearms and must submit to searches.
Tip also is not allowed to drive, and he cannot travel unless it is for employment. He also cannot be gone for more than seven consecutive days and more than seven days a month.