Chelsea Manning Shares First Post-Prison Photo Of Herself

"Okay, so here I am everyone!"

Chelsea Manning has shared her first photo of herself since being released Wednesday from the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas.

Manning posted the photo on her Instagram and Twitter accounts with the simple message: “Okay, so here I am everyone!”

“I appreciate the wonderful support that I have received from so many people across the world over these past years,” Manning said in a statement to ABC news Wednesday. “As I rebuild my life, I remind myself not to relive the past. The past will always affect me and I will keep that in mind while remembering that how it played out is only my starting point, not my final destination.”

She later celebrated her freedom in a series of tweets showing her first steps outside prison walls, her first slice of pizza and her first glass of champagne.

Manning was convicted in 2013 for disclosing more than 700,000 confidential military documents to WikiLeaks, and served seven-years in military prison, where she was denied resources to help her transition, and attempted suicide several times.

This past January, President Obama commuted the majority of her sentence and she was released from prison May 17.

While she’s yet to divulge specific future plans, she will continue to serve in the military under “excess leave” status, which will provide her access to medical facilities and other benefits.

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