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George Michael is a free man again after being released from prison in Suffolk, England on Monday.

The 47-year-old singer served 27 days of an eight-week sentence.

Michael plead guilty to possession of marijuana and driving under the influence after crashing his car into a photo store in London.

The former Wham! singer spent his first few days in London’s tough Pentonville Prison before officials transferred him to Highpoint Prison where he served the rest of his time.

Disputing rumors earlier this month that he was being bullied behind bars, Michael issued a statement last week stressing that he had been “treated with kindness by fellow inmates and prison staff alike,” had “not so much as a sleepless night,” and received “no special treatment of any kind.”