T.I. has been sentenced to 11 months in jail for violating his probation.
According to AccessAtlanta.com, T.I. appeared before U.S. District Judge Charles Pannell Jr. at 2pm and was represented by a team of six attorneys.
T.I. had been released from federal custody in March after serving a yearlong sentence in prison and a halfway house following an arrest on federal gun charges. T.I. was still on probation when he was arrested on Sept. 1 on drug charges in Los Angeles following a traffic stop in which deputies said they smelled marijuana inside his car.
After the arrest it was learned T.I. had allegedly committed three violations: possessing ecstasy, testing positive for opiates and associating with a convicted felon.
Here's hoping that this is the last time T.I. ever returns to jail. As made obvious from his rescue mission this week when he talked a jumper out of committing suicide, he's better to us out here than in there.
In any case, do you think 11 months is too harsh of a sentencing? Too lenient? Or just right? Leave your comments below.