Andrew Tate has been released from jail and placed under house arrest after months behind bars.
Finally getting a break from the intense conditions of the Romanian prison, it was impossible to predict what Tate, 36, would do first. And, well, this is what he decided to go with:
Yep. No wild rants or misogynistic rampages.
Just this 45-second video of him pacing back and forth in his home.
In the video, Tate, who has grown a thick beard behind bars, strutted topless around his home puffing a cigar with a furrowed brow.
Perhaps the strangest thing about the whole video is the fact that the camera is following him as he paces across the room.
Who is filming him? Did he hand someone his phone and ask them to record this? What was he trying to do here? I just need to know.
But there were answers to be found in the tweet that accompanied Tate's bizarre video - just a strange, somewhat cryptic, update.
He wrote: "Since last year ive been in 24 hour lockdown. No yard time.
"Pacing a 3metre cell with zero electronics or outside contact. Absolute clarity of mind. Real thoughts. Real plans.
"One hour home and I cant stand my phone.
"Some habits die hard.
"We must defeat Shaytan."
Andrew was released from prison yesterday (Friday 31 March), after which he said made some equally cryptic comments like 'the fire of truth will eventually destroy all lies.'
He and his brother Tristan, 34, were detained back in December in Bucharest on suspicion of organised crime and human trafficking.
The brothers had been behind bars for months while Romanian authorities investigated them, but on Friday, Tate won an appeal to replace his detention with house arrest.
He will now remain under house arrest until 29 April, a spokesperson said.
No one has yet been formally charged.
Upon his release, Tate told reporters: "I have no resentment in my heart for the country of Romania, or for anybody else.
"I just believe in the truth. So I believe in God and I think that the fire of truth will eventually destroy all lies and anybody who lies in a long enough timeframe will feel the sting of regret.
"I truly believe that justice will be served in the end. There is 0 percent chance of me being found guilty of something I have not done. I maintain my absolute innocent innocence.
"I think most people understand this and I look forward to being home, so thank you so much."
He then added: "When I was in jail, I did 7,417 push ups."