Rap star Lil' Kim's
house arrest will come to an end on Thursday (Aug. 3) according to her representatives.
house arrest, which lasted 30 days, was part of the conditions of her parole after
being released from prison on July 3. Lil'
Kim, born Kimberly Jones, served 10 months in a Philadelphia prison for perjury.
was originally sentenced to 366 days in prison for lying to a grand jury about
her knowledge of a day time shooting in front of New York's Hot 97, but was released
early due to good behavior.According
to reports, Lil' Kim has been running her various businesses from the office of
her attorney, L. Londell McMillan. McMillan
stated that Lil' Kim is developing a prisoner outreach initiative through
her Lil' Kim Cares foundation, searching for a record deal, getting business training
and editing footage of the second season of her reality series, Lil' Kim: Countdown
to Lockdown. The
original six-episode series of Countdown to Lockdown debuted on March 9
and drew in 1.9 million viewers, making the show the most watched original series
in BET's history.