Former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is no longer in military custody.
An anonymous source said to be very close to Shinawatra told CNN that the former PM had been released from a military camp.
She had been instructed to report to National Council for Peace and Order along with 100 other political figures on Friday.
After doing so, Shinawatra was eventually released.
The unnamed source told CNN that she had been instructed by military officials to steer clear of protesters and movements, in order to help restore order and peace to the politically-torn country.