Brownlow medallist Ben Cousins has been released from jail on bail, reports Fox Sports.
The 40-year-old had nothing to say except "it's good to be out."
He was released from Hakea prison last week, where he spent the last eight months with a trial date on September 12.
Cousins will face 14 charges, 12 of which relate to breaching a family restraining order, according to Fox Sports.
He faces a count each of aggravated stalking and threatening to injure, endanger or harm which stems from his arrest last August at the home of former partner Maylea Tinecheff.
Seen at the Cockburn Aquatic and Recreation Centre looking happy and healthy, Cousins found himself there with the Fremantle Dockers and coach Ross Lyon.
Still a face full of beard and a ponytail that belonged decades ago, Cousins was reported to spend significant time with former West Coast player and Seven reporter Adrian Barich.