Tommie Lee appears to be a free woman and recently shared a sneak peek for a new single she’s working on.
Lee’s alleged released date was December 14, but the “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta” star appears to be out of jail and back on the grind. She took to Instagram on Monday to post a video teaser for a new music track she’s planning to release. In the song, Lee addressed being sexually abused as a child and her mother’s negligence.
She captioned the video teaser, “I’m Not A Perfect Person Nor Do I Pretend to Be!! Your Not Either You Just Know How To Hide #TRUTH #December14 #tommieshit#tommieHome @anthonyhamiltonofficial its An everyday struggle trying to keep my #Dreams from becoming #nightmares.”
Lee was arrested in October for violating a court order that demanded she refrained from making contact with her eldest daughter. 24 hours before that, Lee was detained for allegedly slamming the child’s head into a locker at a Cobb County middle school. She was charged with aggravated assault, simple battery, first-degree child cruelty and disruption of public schools.
However, the star spent a total of two months behind bars. She was set to be released on Nov. 7, but was rearrested once again on the same day for violating her probation for her 2016 DUI case. Sources alleged that Lee was supposed to be released this week, but it looks like the reality star is already home and getting back to work.
Fans are rooting for Lee to “stay out of trouble” and continue on the right track for success.
“Welcome home 😍 now please just stay out of jail!”
“FINALLY Welcome home! I hope you stay out of trouble this time.”
“Hey sis happy you back stay out sis. F**k them up in 2019.”
“I love ❤️❤️🔥u I’m glad you’re home… back to the BAG continue learning from your mistakes .. I’m rooting for you to WIN!!!”
One person on the other hand told Lee that her “not being a perfect person” doesn’t excuse her from consistently getting in trouble.
“No1 is perfect but some people keep messing up more than others and you can’t use “nobody is perfect as an excuse.”