Wynonna Judd’s daughter Grace Pauline Kelley released from prison 6 years early

Wynonna Judd’s daughter Grace Pauline Kelley released from prison 6 years early

Wynonna Judd‘s daughter Grace Pauline Kelley — who was serving an 8-year prison sentence for violating her probation — has been released six years early.


Kelley, 23, was granted parole and released from West Tennessee State Penitentiary on Nov. 8, a spokesperson for the Tennessee Department of Corrections confirmed to Page Six on Thursday.


Wynonna Judd in 2017Wynonna Judd in 2017Getty Images

Her sentence began on March 5, 2017 and, according to her criminal record, she will remain on parole until 2024.


Kelley, the daughter of Wynonna and her first husband Arch Kelley, has been in and out of prison for drug-related charges since 2015. Her most recent sentence stemmed from a 2017 drug-related conviction.


She was originally sentenced to 30 days behind bars followed by a court-mandated rehab program, but, according to Radar Online, she left the treatment early, which triggered the warrant for her arrest and subsequent sentencing.


Judd, 55, also has 24-year-old son Elijah from her first marriage. She was previously married to D. R. Roach from 2003-2007 and is currently married to fellow musician Cactus Moser.


A rep for Judd did not immediately return our request for comment.



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