Beanie Sigel Cleared For Minnesota Drug Program

A Judge cleared Philly

rapper Beanie Sigel to attend a drug counseling at an undisclosed treatment facility

in Minnesota.

U.S. District Judge

R. Barclay Surrick ordered Sigel to post a $1,000,000 federal bond, $150,000

in cash, a $400,000 house and four other properties.

Upon successful

completion of the drug/anger management program, a judge will determine whether

he will remain free on bail.

If freed, Sigel

would be released to the custody of his mother and manager, Michelle Brown.

Surrick ordered Brown to attend the treatment facility with her son.

Sigel has been

in federal custody since July 14. He is fighting a drug and gun case, an assault

case and an attempted murder charge.

Surrick had ordered

Sigel released to the treatment facility last week, but the order was released

due to testimony by Sigel's alleged victim. Terrance Speller.

Speller and his

girlfriend testified they received daily threats in regard to the attempted

murder case.

Assistant Philadelphia

District Attorney Deborah Robinson said she had no plans to appeal the decision.