New Orleans rapper Mystikal was released from a Louisiana Federal Prison in Louisiana last week, according to local reports.
The rapper was sentenced to six-years in prison for forcing a woman to perform oral sex on camera after he caught her writing $80,000 in bogus checks.
A representative with the Federal Bureau of Prisons confirmed with AllHipHop.com that the rapper was released from prison on Jan. 11, almost one-year after being denied parole.
On Jan. 19, 2006, the rapper went before the prison systems parole board, which denied his release.
Just seven days earlier, on Jan. 12, a judge sentenced the rapper to an additional year on two misdemeanor counts of failing to report almost $2 million in earnings from 1998-1999.
Mystikal was allowed to serve the sentence concurrently.
The rapper was labeled a "full term release" but will be placed under court-ordered supervision in Middle Louisiana, or the district he resides in.