T.I Back in Federal Custody After Being Released From Prison!

  T.I. was released from an Arkansas low-security prison this past Wednesday. Not even enough time to unpack, T.I. was taken back into custody by the Federal Bureau of Prisons on Thursday due to a "transportation issue". T.I. who's real name is Clifford Harris was transported from prison to a halfway house in Atlanta by way of his tinted luxury tour bus. Now according to his lawyer Steve Sadow,
“There appears to be confusion surrounding the method of transportation. We don’t have any more details at this time. We are awaiting the opportunity to quickly resolve whatever the issue may be that the Federal Bureau of Prisons has with T.I.’s method of transportation so that T.I. can return to the halfway house to complete the remaining days of his sentence.”
 I'm not exactly sure how the prison system works but what difference does it make what kind of car, plane bus picks you up from prison. This just sounds so bizzare to me...sounds like they don't want my boy to come home and live his life.
Now other sources are saying that it may not have been the transportation issue but the fact that four other vehicles following the tour bus with the camera crews for his new reality show on VH1. The camera crew, paired with paparazzi who released photos of T.I walking into the Halfway house posed a security breach for not only TI, but the other inmates residing at the Halfway house as well.
According to a writer from the Associated Press reports that:

You can be picked up from prison by whatever mode of transportation you want. Federal authorities can not regulate that. What they can regulate is exposure to federally funded halfway homes. It was not the lavish bus that was the problem per se, but it was the lavish bus, and four car loads of camera crew pulling up to the Federally Funded halfway house that was the issue. In some of the pictures, if you look closely, the name of the facility is even shown. This is a breach of security for not just him, but all other inmates being housed in the halfway house. He is back in federal custody (not to be confused with prison) so that they may move him to another halfway house. Hope this clarity will help your readers.

Posted By: Angie B 

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