Michael Cohen: Trump’s disgraced attorney is released early from three-year prison sentence and is pictured in a mask and cap as he serves remaining two years at his NYC home
- Michael Cohen walked from prison Thursday after serving just over a year of his three-year federal sentence, at Otisville in upstate New York
- He was seen leaving just before 9 am in a silver A-class Mercedes sedan driven by his son Jake before he stepped out at his Manhattan apartment wearing a University of Miami and a mask
- 53-year-old is being furloughed first which technically means he can be recalled but is expected to transition to formally serving his sentence at home
- Trump’s felon former campaign manager Paul Manafort is already free from his almost seven-year sentence after serving less than a year
- DailyMail.com exclusively captured the tax conman playing with his grandson the day after he was released
- Cohen has confided in people who visited him including actor Tom Arnold that he is writing a book about Trump
President Donald Trump’s longtime personal lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen was freed from federal prison just before 9am Thursday to serve the remainder of his sentence at home.
Cohen had been serving a federal prison sentence at FCI Otisville in New York after pleading guilty to numerous charges, including campaign finance fraud and lying to Congress.
He was seen leaving the low-security prison in a silver Mercedes A-class sedan driven by his son Jake. He was not wearing a mask and was wearing a crisp white shirt with French cuffs and no tie.
Later Cohen was seen arriving at his Manhattan apartment, wearing a University of Miami cap and a mask. His personal items, including a box, clearly marked ‘Legal Documents’, were brought in a luggage cart and carried in by his son Jake.
The onetime-fixer was released on furlough with the expectation that he will transition to home confinement to serve the remainder of his sentence at home.
Cohen, 53, began serving his sentence last May and was scheduled to be released from prison in November 2021.
He had pleaded guilty to a series of offenses, including breaking campaign finance law by paying ‘hush money’ to Stormy Daniels to keep her alleged affair with Donald Trump secret.