T.I. is currently under house arrest stemming from federal weapons charges. He was arrested on October 13 after federal agents said he was trying to buy guns. As a convicted felon, T.I. is prohibited from buying or owning any firearms.
On October 26, he was released on bond, but was ordered to house arrest. He isn’t allowed visitors without prior notice and there can’t be more than three unless it’s under special circumstances. Through his lawyer, T.I. asked the judge if he can have a list of family members come over for Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 22 from 9am to 6:30pm. There’s no word on the judge’s decision.