Wynonna Judd's Daughter Gets Freed From Jail 6 Years Early
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Grace Pauline Kelley was sentenced to 8 years behind bar in the spring of 2018 for a probation violation after leaving a court-mandated drug recovery program in November 2017.

AceShowbiz - Wynonna Judd's daughter has walked free from a Tennessee prison less than two years into her eight-year sentence for a probation violation.

Grace Pauline Kelley was thrown behind bars in the spring of 2018 after leaving a court-mandated drug recovery programme in November 2017, ahead of her scheduled completion.

She had been ordered to enrol in rehab as part of a plea deal after confessing to the manufacturing, delivery, sale, and possession of methamphetamine.

Kelley, 23, was granted parole this year (2019), and she regained her freedom on November 8, reports People.com.

Her original release date from the West Tennessee State Penitentiary had been set for August 2025.

Kelley will now remain on parole until September 2024.

She is the country music singer's daughter from her first marriage to Arch Kelley III.

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