T.I. Probation Guidelines Revealed
Once T.I. is released from Forrest City federal jail, the ATLien won’t be able to fly as freely around the country as fellow ex-con Lil Wayne. TMZ.com obtained Tip’s year-long probation stipulations and it doesn’t look like the rap star will be going to any exotic locations in 11-months to celebrate.
According to the court documents obtained by the gossip site, the rap star will not be allowed to leave the Northern District of Georgia without consent from the probation office. In order to travel at all he would need to prove that it is related to his career and it could only be in the U.S., not outside of the country. If he is granted permission to leave Atlanta he will be prohibited from being gone for over seven days a month.
In addition he won’t be allowed to drive a vehicle, own any dangerous weapons including a firearm and he must participate in a drug and alcohol testing and treatment program.
As previously reported, T.I. began an 11-month sentence on November 1 for a probation violation stemming from a drug arrest in September.
While behind bars, his new album, No Mercy, is set to hit shelves on December 7. —Elan Mancini