Singer Kevin McCall has finally been released from jail after getting into a fight with officers inside a Georgia courthouse.
The embattled crooner was arrested and charged with Criminal Damage to Property 2nd Degree as well as four misdemeanor charges of simple assault, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct and obstruction of law enforcement officer.
McCall was on live talking to his followers while in the courthouse when an officer approached him and told him to stop filming. He then called the officer a "b*tch" and told him to "take off his badge," before falling down an escalator during the confrontation.
He was held on a $9,500 bond, which was increased by $2,000 - before he was released from a Fulton County jail on Monday.
After his release, he hopped onto social media to tease his new music:
"Silent mood. @iamunclechucc May never mix it but hell you'll get the freestyle raw like I did it that night…in a state a mania… Mac-Mania.
He's expected back in court on November 20th.