A federal judge has ordered the Kentucky clerk who refused to issue marriage licenses to gay couples to be released from jail.

The order came from U.S. District Judge David Bunning, who initially jailed Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis.

The latest order directs Davis not to "interfere in any way" with marriage licenses now being issued by her deputy clerks.

Shannon Bream reported the latest details on "Happening Now," saying it's unclear exactly when Davis will leave the county detention center. 

Supporters of Davis have gathered outside the facility in recent days. 

Bream said Davis could go right back to jail if she does anything to prevent the same-sex marriage licenses from being issued by her deputies. 

Some states have enacted protections for county clerks who object on religious grounds, but Kentucky does not have any such law.