Former Masters champion Angel Cabrera was released from prison after serving 30 months for domestic violence offences.
Cabrera was released from prison on 4 August and, per Golf Digest, said: "I just want to go home, be with my family and start a new phase of my life."
Nicknamed El Pato because of the way he walks - which translates to The Duck - Cabrera claimed the U.S. Open in 2007 and the 2009 Masters.
His legal problems date back to 2016 when his ex-wife, Silva Rivadero, accused the golfer of physical assault and verbal threats.
Later, two ex-girlfriends, Micaela Escudero and Cecilia Torres Mana also came forward, alleging similar.
Torres Mana later revealed the extent of the abuse she suffered at the hands of Cabrera, telling Orato:
Torres Mana said "enough was enough" when she was reportedly locked in a hotel room by Cabrera when was playing on tour.
It is not known which tournament she was referring to.
Cabrera, now 53, previously told a court hearing that prison has 'done me good'.
He famously triggered an Interpol alert when he flew to the Senior Players Championship without giving authorities prior notice before a court appearance in 2020.
Cabrera was arrested in Brazil a year later and extradited to Argentina. He spent four months in a prison in Rio de Janeiro due to the pandemic.
He maintained his innocence throughout his first trial, which focused on Torres Mana's claims.
Cabrera was convicted and began serving a two-year sentence at 'El Penal del Infierno' or 'The Prison from Hell'.
He was convicted once again over charges relating to Escudero and sentenced to another two years and four months, to be served concurrently with his first sentence.
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