Lil' Kim Coming Home July 3, Issues Statement

Rapper Lil' Kim will end her 366-day stint in prison on Monday (July 3) according to her publicity firm, 5W Public Relations.

"I am thrilled to be coming home," Lil' Kim told in a statement. "I thank all my fans for all their letters, as well as my family and friends for all their support throughout the past ten months.

The lyricist (born Kimberly Jones) is set to leave the Federal Detention Center between 6 a.m.

and 10 a.m., according to her attorney, L. Londell McMillan.

"We are pleased that Kim is coming home to start the next phase of her life," McMillan added. "She has accepted responsibility and handled herself in an exemplary manner."

Jones was convicted

September 20, 2005 on federal perjury and conspiracy charges for lying to a

federal grand jury about her knowledge of a 2001 shooting at New York's Hot

97 FM radio station.

The rapper will

begin serving a month's house arrest at her North Jersey home after leaving

the Center for an undisclosed New Jersey location for processing.