Pop star George Michael was freed from jail today after serving half of his sentence for driving and drug offences.
The 47-year-old was jailed for eight weeks last month and was released from Category C prison Highpoint, in Suffolk, this morning.
He was convicted of crashing his car while under the influence of cannabis and was slumped over the wheel of his car when police found him on July 4th. He had crashed the Range Rover into a branch of Snappy Snaps in north London and pleaded guilty to the offence and to possessing two cannabis joints.
Michael's arrest came not long after the end of a two-year driving ban incurred in 2008 after he was caught in possession of crack cocaine and marijuana.
In 2007 he was given 100 hours of community service after being found unconscious at the wheel of his car by police.
He was outed in 1998 when he was arrested for cottaging in Los Angeles and was arrested again in 2008 for being in possession of crack cocaine in public toilets on Hampstead Heath.