US heiress Paris Hilton has been released from jail in Los Angeles after serving 24 days for violating probation on a driving ban.
Hilton's parents Kathy and Rick arrived to pick her up shortly after 0800 BST.
Reporters were camped outside the Century Regional Detention Facility in Lynwood, California since Monday.
The 26-year-old, sentenced to 45 days on 3 June, was released early due to crowded jail conditions and time off for good behaviour.
She is scheduled to appear on Larry King's CNN talk show on Wednesday.
Her mother Kathy was waiting for her outside the detention facility
The network has said she will not be paid for her appearance, which has replaced a planned interview with filmmaker Michael Moore.
Hilton was briefly freed on medical grounds earlier this month but was sent back to jail by a court.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department had not revealed what time the reality TV star would be released.
Her West Hollywood neighbours, however, are reportedly bracing themselves for an influx of paparazzi and TV crews.
Hilton smiled and waved at the huge bank of photographers as she left the detention facility.
She was greeted with a hug from her mother Kathy and was driven away to an undisclosed location.