ATLANTA -- Federal authorities have ordered the rapper T.I. to report directly to a federal prison in Arkansas by November 1st to start serving his 11 month prison sentence.
U.S. Marshal Beverly Harvard on Tuesday ordered T.I., whose real name is Clifford Harris Junior, to report to the Forrest City low-security prison where he served parts of an ealier 10 month stint for federal weapons charges.
A federal judge in Atlanta sentenced the rapper this month to serve another 11 months in prison for breaking his federal probation after he was arrested on September 1st in Los Angeles on drug charges.
Prosecutors in Los Angeles said Monday they will not file a felony drug charge against the rapper.