Bollea's release comes over four months after he was sentenced to eight months in prison after pleading no contest to reckless driving charges that had stemmed from an August 2007 car accident that left Bollea's passenger and friend John Graziano -- a former Marine who served in Iraq -- with a broken skull and other severe injuries that require lifetime medical care.
After beginning his sentence in solitary confinement, Hogan was transferred out into a cell he shared with three other juvenile offenders in June.
Bollea's sister said she has no idea what he plans to do upon his release.
"I don't know where he's going. He's grown up and will decide on his own," she said, according to Us.
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