Beanie Sigel Out Of Prison, Enters Rehab/Anger Management

A Philadelphia

judge has authorized rapper Beanie Sigel's release from a federal prison yesterday,

to receive in-patient drug counseling and anger management treatment.

The judge released

Sigel for 28 days and told attorney's that the name and location of the treatment

facility Sigel must be kept secret.

In order to be

released for the drug counseling and anger management program, Sigel was ordered

to put up $150,000 in cash and 5 properties worth a total value of $400,000.

The cash and properties

were collateral to ensure Sigel doesn't flee the program.

Sigel's lawyers

attempted to have him released on bail, a request the judge denied. The judge

ruled yesterday that if Sigel successfully completes the program he will reconsider

the bail request.

Sigel is awaiting

trial for attempted murder, after he allegedly shot a Philadelphia man in the

stomach and foot in July after an altercation.