Paul Pelosi has been discharged from the San Francisco hospital after recovering from surgery to treat a skull fracture and wounds to his hand and arm, CNN reported citing sources. Six days after the savage attack last week, Pelosi, the husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is at home resting, according to the source.

Later on Thursday, the family is expected to provide an update on Pelosi’s condition.

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According to the city’s police chief, Pelosi and the man, later named David DePape, were fighting over a hammer when San Francisco police arrived at the residence at 2:27 am local time on Friday. Before being knocked to the ground and taken into custody, officers observed DePape “violently assault” Pelosi with a hammer.

Drew Hammill, a spokesperson for Nancy Pelosi, said in a statement early Friday evening that Pelosi was rushed to a hospital after the incident and underwent “successful surgery to repair a skull fracture and serious injuries to his right arm and hands.” He is anticipated to fully recover.

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During his first court appearance on Tuesday, DePape pleaded not guilty to all state charges.

Additionally, after his arraignment in a San Francisco courtroom, he forfeited his right to a hearing within 10 days. In order to set a date for the preliminary hearing and to set bail, Judge Diane Northway scheduled a hearing for this Friday in San Francisco Superior Court.

Following last week’s break-in at the couple’s San Francisco home, DePape, 42, was charged with a plethora of offences, including assault, attempted murder, and attempted kidnapping, the US attorney’s office and San Francisco district attorney stated on Monday.

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The US attorney’s office for the Northern District of California stated that he was charged with one count of “attempted kidnapping of a US official.” An FBI complaint that was also made public on Monday states that the accusation refers to Nancy Pelosi, whom DePape allegedly informed officers he intended to “hold hostage.”

The maximum sentence for the attempted kidnapping accusation is 20 years in jail. In federal court, he has not yet entered a plea.

DePape may be deported, according to a statement made by the Department of Homeland Security late on Wednesday.

Following his arrest on October 28, “U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) lodged an immigration detainer on Canadian national David DePape with San Francisco County Jail, Nov. 1, following his Oct. 28 arrest,” the agency reported.