Just one day after being released from Federal Correctional Center in Forest City, Arkansas, rapper T.I. was removed from the halfway house in which he was to serve the remainder of his sentence and placed back into federal custody due to his choice in transportation. His current sentence is the result of a drug related parole violation that came after initially serving time on weapons charges. According to federal prison officials, T.I. led them into falsely believing that his mode of transportation from prison to the Atlanta, Georgia halfway house would be more discrete than the luxury tour bus in which he ultimately traveled. Apparently this was enough to warrant sending U.S. Marshals to pick him up and move him to another facility.