Lauryn Hill will get a break from house arrest to hit the road for a new tour. According to TMZ.com, Lauryn is set to spend three-months confined to her home after being released from prison for tax evasion last Friday.
Apparently, a judge agreed to press pause on the former Fugee's home detention so she could go on tour from November 15th to December 31st. While she won't be locked up at home, Lauryn still has to maintain contact with her probation officer. She will return to home confinement on January 1st.
Lauryn Hill spent three-months in a Danbury, Connecticut prison for failing to pay taxes on nearly $2 million in earnings.
The night before she exited prison, Hill released her latest song, titled "Consumerism."
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