Mug shot from DeKalb County Jail
ATLANTA -- After three weeks in jail, Gucci Mane is a free man again.
The rapper, whose legal name is Radric Davis, was released from Fulton County Jail at 4:30 a.m. Friday, according to Fulton County Sheriff's spokeswoman Tracy Flanagan.
He was booked on June 16 for a probation violation related to a battery charge in DeKalb County dating back to January.
According to a DeKalb County Police report, on Jan. 28, he picked up 36-year-old woman at South DeKalb Mall in a Hummer after asking her to go out to breakfast.
The woman told officers she'd never met him before, but knew of his profession and eventually realized he wasn't interested in breakfast.
"(The woman) asked what was he doing and where were they going," the report said. "Gucci Mane stated that he wanted to go to the hotel and that he would give her $150. (The woman) refused and stated just take me back to the mall, I can make my own money."
The report said Gucci Mane leaned over the woman and opened the passenger side door while the vehicle was still in motion. "Gucci Mane shoved (the woman) several times in the side and shoulder area attempting to get her out of his vehicle." The report said he then pushed her out.
According to the report, the woman was taken to Atlanta Medical Center complaining of soreness and pain.
DeKalb County Sheriff Deputies arrested Gucci Mane while he was meeting with his probation officer in Atlanta. He spent time in DeKalb County Jail before his three weeks in Fulton County Jail.
Gucci Mane has a history of run-ins with local police. Since 2005, he's been arrested at least six times in Fulton County alone.