T.I. has just begun an 11-month prison sentence for breaching his probation, following a September drug arrest. But when the Grammy winning rapper is released next year, life outside wont exactly be so free.
The 30-year-old star will be banned from leaving the country and can not leave his home state of Georgia for more than seven days in a row. And on top that he’ll also be band from driving. US celebrity site TMZ have obtained a copy of the strict probation guidelines that TIP will have to abide by, following his release…
1. Drive a motor vehicle
2. Leave the Northern District of Georgia — Atlanta, Gainesville, Rome and Newnan — unless he can prove it’s for “verified employment within the United States.” (he can’t leave the country)
3. Leave northern Georgia for more than seven calendar days per month or for more than seven days in a row.
4. Own any firearm, dangerous weapon, or other destructive device, and must participate in a drug/alcohol testing and treatment program.
In other T.I. related news, a man is suing The King of the South, claiming he was held hostage for 12 hours and beaten by the rappers associates and Grand Hustle (TIP’s record company) members.