Patrick Hickey has reportedly been allowed to leave Brazil after his passport was returned to him.
The Irishman, the President of both the Olympic Council of Ireland (OCI) and the European Olympic Committees (EOC), has been in the country since his arrest during a dawn raid at Rio 2016 in August.
He was charged with various ticketing offences, which reportedly include criminal organisation, ticket touting, ambush marketing, larceny, money laundering and tax evasion.
Seventy-one-year-old Hickey denies all the charges against him and received good news last month when a judge in Brazil agreed to return his passport so he could leave the country for medical treatment.
This process has now been completed, according to The Irish Times, which has reported that he is on his way home.
A condition of having his passport returned was paying a court bond of €410,000 ($440,000/£352,000).
Earlier this month the The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC), of which Hickey is a vice-president, agreed to loan him the money.
ANOC said they made their decision on "humanitarian grounds" with the decision unanimously approved by ANOC President Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah and all ANOC vice presidents via a postal vote.
"The terms of the temporary loan make it clear that it must be repaid to ANOC in full," a statement said.
When ruling that Hickey's passport should be returned, Justice Juliana Leal de Melo said that the risk that he may not return to Brazil was countered by his health concerns.
Hickey, who is due to receive treatment for a heart condition, was initially held in Rio de Janeiro's Bangu Prison during his time in Brazil.
He stepped down from all of his sporting roles temporarily while the saga has unfolded.
An OCI spokesman said they had no update on their President.
"We have no information or update on Pat Hickey," he said.
"As with you, we are reading the media coverage.
"We in the Olympic Council of Ireland are treating Pat’s movements as a private matter for him, his family and his medical advisors."
insidethegames has requested an update on the situation from the EOC.