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T.I. is back on the road to redemption.

The 31-year-old rapper made a low-key exit from an Atlanta halfway house early Thursday morning, the Daily News has learned.

"He was released very early this morning," lawyer Steve Sadow confirmed to the News. "His sentence ended today with the Bureau of Prisons. This was his release date."

Prison officials first released the star of MTV’s "Road to Redemption" from an Arkansas prison on Aug. 31 but ordered him back the same day, saying he violated rules by conducting business with VH1 producers on a self-guided tour bus ride to the residential facility.

T.I.'s lawyer vehemently denied the Grammy winner did anything wrong and submitted letters from the producers saying they rode along as concerned friends. Nonetheless, the rapper returned to the halfway house Sept. 15.

T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris, spent 10 months in federal prison for a probation violation after he was arrested in L.A. last year on drug charges.

The "Live Your Life" rapper’s legal woes date back to the seven months he spent in jail in 2009 for trying to buy unregistered guns and silencers from undercover federal agents.

He was serving three years of supervised probation when authorities say his Maybach made an illegal U-turn on Sunset Boulevard in September 2010. The cop who pulled him over reported that "a strong odor of marijuana" wafted from the vehicle, prompting a search.

Officers found Ecstasy pills and arrested the singer and his wife, Tameka (Tiny) Cottle, on suspicion of felony drug possession.

No charges were filed against Cottle, but T.I. was slapped with a probation violation and was sent back to prison.



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