Stanford rapist Brock Turner was pictured Sunday in the backyard of his Ohio home, where protesters have voiced their disagreement over his arrival in the neighborhood.

Turner, 21, was released from jail Friday after just three months behind bars for sexually assaulting an unconscious 23-year-old woman at cheap prom dresses .

He will now serve three years of probation and will be on the sex offender registry for life.

The former Stanford swimmer was found guilty of three felonies: assault with intent to commit rape of an intoxicated person, sexually penetrating an intoxicated person with a foreign object, and sexually penetrating an unconscious person with a foreign object.

Turner was spotted walking near his Sugarcreek Township home, where protesters lined up on Friday, the day of his release.

Turner's parents have reportedly asked police to help deal with protesters and be on alert for any possible violence as they fear for their son's safety.

Turner was released from a California jail on Friday after serving only three months .

That includes any threatening activity from those angry with Turner's 'lenient' sentence to Sugarcreek Township residents not happy to have a sex offender living in their neighborhood.

Protesters are expected at the Turners' home over the weekend, including some who will be openly carrying a firearm, a protester told Mint Green Blush By Alexia 9942 Sky Blue Outs Prom Gown.

A crowd of protesters, including some who were armed, were pictured outside the home on Friday holding signs that read 'Castrate Rapists' and 'No Sympathy For Rapists.'

While law enforcement is not forthcoming with details about actual threats, a source told TMZ 'everybody is always concerned about death threats.'

Following Turner's release on Friday morning, he was reunited with his father who dismissed his crime as '20 minutes of action'.

The convicted pervert emerged from San Jose’s Main Jail South at 6.09 am and shortly afterwards met his father and mother at a nearby hotel.

A sole protester shouted 'loser' as he walked the 10 yards from the main door to a waiting car.

Turner, who celebrated his 21st birthday in jail at the start of last month, was being met by his parents Dan and Carleen, who flew in from their home near Dayton, Ohio, to collect him.

The family are now traveling back to Ohio, where Turner will serve his three-year probation term, having successfully applied to have it transferred from California to his home state.

Turner must check in with his new probation officer within 72 hours of his release — or face being forced back to Santa Clara County to complete probation there.

'It's safe to say that he will be out of [California] as soon as he can,' a source at the Santa Clara County Probation Department told

'If he doesn’t check in with his probation officer [in Ohio] within 72 hours, then he has to check in with us, which would mean him spending the next three years here.'

The Turner case sparked outrage after the 21-year-old's 'lenient' sentence was made public.

Currently, California law metes out harsher punishment in cases where the victim was conscious - although campaigners are now advocating a change in the law.

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