“I just want to start again. It’s fantastic to be out. It’s a beautiful day. I just want to say thank you for everybody who has supported me in there, it’s quite inspirational,” said George to the media while entering his home in London.
“You’re going to be seeing a lot more from me. I’m not going to be running away from you guys anymore…by the way, I’ve just thought of a really good song. It’s gonna have nothing to do with prison,” he told photographers outside his home.
“I’m glad he’s home. He’s really happy and we’re glad he’s back,” said Michael’s long-term partner Kenny Goss.
The pop singer was released a month before completing his sentence and was also banned from driving for five years and heavily fined after pleading guilty to the offences, which stem from when he crashed his car into a shop window in July.