Anthony Weiner is no longer behind bars, but the disgraced ex-U.S. Congressman still has a few months in federal custody before he’s freed … still earlier than originally expected.
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … Weiner’s been transferred out of a Massachusetts prison and into the custody of a Bureau of Prisons residential re-entry center in New York. We’re told he’s either in a halfway house or home confinement.
Weiner’s now in pre-release status, which inmates often get as they approach the end of their federal sentence. The purpose is to prepare them to transition back into society.