Nadja Benaissa was released today (Tuesday) after ten days in custody, according to a news report from Der Spiegel.
Darmstadt administrative court vice president Albrecht Simon said the court had ordered Benaissa's release under certain conditions, but did not specify what those conditions were.
Khalid Schröder, the manager of her pop group, No Angels, is quoted as saying: "Nadja is well under the circumstances."
Nadja turned 27 last Sunday, whilst still on remand in a Frankfurt prison.
The article also quotes Green politician, Andreas Jürgens, who says it is scandalous that her arrest had taken place in public and that the Darmstadt public prosecutor had informed the media about her HIV status. He accused Hessian Justice Minister, Joerg-Uwe Hahn of not protecting her rights through reamaing silent and doing nothing to stop the activies of the Darmstadt public prosecutor, despite being able to do so.
A spokeswoman for the Justice Minister argued that this was not a political decision, and noted the independence of the judiciary.