Former Trump advisor Papadopoulos released from Wisconsin prison

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OXFORD, WI (WKOW) — Ex-Donald Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos has been released from a Wisconsin prison after serving a sentence for lying to investigators about his contact with individuals tied to Russia during the 2016 campaign.

Papadopoulos exited The Federal Correctional Institution, Oxford, Wisconsin, about 9 a.m. Friday in a mini-van.

He began his sentence Nov. 26.

As part of his sentence, Papadopoulos will now have 12 months of supervised release, must serve 200 hours of community service within about one year, and must pay a $9,500 fine.

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