According to the probation officer’s letter, T.I. has been a model probationer — staying on his best behavior the last few months … even completing his required drug/alcohol counseling program.
T.I. has approximately five months left of supervised release — after spending several months behind bars for a probation violation last year, stemming from his 2009 gun conviction.
Yesterday, the judge signed off on T.I.’s out of state travel to be extended from 7 to 12 days. This move allows T.I. to take advantage of more opportunities outside of Georgia, so I’m sure he’s excited about it!