Chris Brown is a free man—for now, anyway.
The singer was released from jail late last night after spending nearly two months in jail, along with more than 100 days in rehab, according to TMZ.
Time served in the rehab center was counted toward the 131-day sentence stemming from a probation violation, but Brown’s legal troubles still aren’t over.
He is still facing a trial in the alleged assault of a man in Washington, D.C. from last fall that will begin later this year.
Brown was transported via federal marshals across the country from California to D.C. before his trial was delayed.
He went on Twitter after his release this morning, writing, “Humbled and Blessed… Back to the Music and the Fans… Thank you GOD.”
Earlier this year, his bodyguard was found guilty in the D.C. assault case, in which both he and the musician were accused of allegedly assaulting a man trying to take a photo of Brown.