Rick Ross is out of jail one week after being arrested for assault, battery and kidnapping.
TMZ reports that Ross posted a $2 million bond earlier today in order to secure his release. The MMG boss secured the funds from three different sources: one million dollars in equity from a Georgia property formerly owned by boxer Evander Holyfield, $500,000 from a bail bondsman and another $500,000 in cash.
Ross is still facing charges of assault, kidnapping, and aggravated battery stemming from an incident earlier this month. The rapper allegedly pistol-whipped a live-in groundskeeper for inviting friends to his property for a birthday celebration.
Ross will be required to wear an ankle monitor while he is out on bail. His lawyers have offered the palacial Georgia property to the county if Ross intimidates or threatens any witnesses in the case. The property formerly owned by Holyfield is reportedly the largest single family home in the state of Georgia. It was purchased back in February 2014 for $5.8 million. [via TMZ]