Content warning: This story includes descriptions of domestic violence that may be distressing to some readers.
Oscar Pistorius is a free man.
The Paralympian has been released on parole from his South African jail, almost 11 years after murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Pistorius was safe "at home" on Friday morning, according to officials, with the convicted murderer only serving half of his 13-year sentence.
This divisive news follows a decade of controversy around the tragedy.
They were South Africa's golden couple; Steenkamp, a 29-year-old model and reality TV star, and Pistorius known as the Blade Runner because of his carbon-fibre prosthetics. His personal story of overcoming a double amputation to compete in the Olympics against able-bodied runners had inspired the world.
It would be Steenkamp's last night alive.
She spent her final moments cowering in fear, locked in Pistorius' bathroom, before being shot multiple times in the head and body, by the man she loved; the man the world loved.
When police arrived at the scene, they found a bloodied but alive Steenkamp at the bottom of the staircase, covered in towels. Pistorius had apparently carried her down the stairs from the bathroom, after instructing the manager of his gated community to call an ambulance. They found the Blade Runner in the garage, head in hands. His clothes and body were covered in blood, but his hands were clean.