Chicago singer Ann Marie has been released from jail after she was arrested for allegedly shooting her friend in the head.
The friend is rumored to be her side dude.
Ann Marie is charged with aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony for the shooting which took place inside the InterContinental in Buckhead Atlanta.
The singer also faces a misdemeanor battery charge stemming from a separate incident.
Ann Marie has been placed on house arrest and restricted from having any contact with the victim or his family. If the singer accidentally runs into them, she must immediately exit the premises and stay at least 200 yards away. She also must wear an ankle monitor, give 24-hour notice for any appointments. If she wishes to travel for work, she must first seek permission.
SHYNE TALKS 1999 NIGHTCLUB SHOOTING
Ann Marie denies shooting her side piece. She claims that the gun went off accidentally when falling. Her alleged victim has not yet spoken out publicly about the shooting.