Troubled singer Mindy McCready will voluntarily surrender to authorities on Tuesday to serve 60 days in a Tennessee jail for a probation violation.
McCready said in a statement Monday morning:
"I have been working very hard to put all this behind me as quickly as possible so I can get back to doing what I like to do most: sing, write songs, and entertain."
"I would like to thank my fans for their unwavering support as I continue to work on my recovery and to regain custody of my precious son, Zander."
Considering that she tried to kill herself in the last story we posted on her, it's good to hear she is at least taking a step towards getting it together.
Mindy's never in the news for anything good. The country star, 32, was arrested for violating probation for prescription drug fraud in June.
McCready entered rehab July 16 for undisclosed reasons and was previously jailed in 2007 after violating probation on a 2004 drug arrest.
She also made headlines after it was disclosed that steroid fiend and lying, cheating, egomaniacal baseball star Roger Clemens had an affair with her - when McCready was very underage. That was one we certainly didn't see coming.