Tuesday, 7 May 2013

US Rapper Ja Rule Released From New York Prison, Heads Straight To Home Confinement

Ja Rule whose real name is Jeffrey Atkins was released Tuesday from a New York prison. 
After serving two years in jail for gun possession and tax evasion charges, Rule was released from Ray Brook Federal Prison and heads straight home, where he'll remain on home confinement until July 28th.

The rapper was hit with the 2-year sentence in 2010 when he pled guilty to attempted criminal possession of a weapon and in July 2011, was also sentenced to 28 months behind bars for tax evasion, after failing to pay taxes on more than $3 million in earnings from 2004-2006. Ja Rule served both sentences concurrently.

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