A woman accused of harassing Taryn Manning has been detained in a New York jail after reportedly violating a plea deal and an order of protection.
Jeanine Heller struck a plea deal with prosecutors after admitting a charge of criminal contempt for harassing the Orange is the New Black star online. She was sentenced to 45 days in jail and intensive therapy, and she was also banned from contacting Manning or using a computer.
The order was later relaxed, allowing her limited use of the Internet, but Heller allegedly violated the deal by attempting to get in touch with Manning.
Heller returned to court last month (Jun15), when Judge Ann Scherzer allowed the 32 year old to remain free until her next hearing on 16 July (15), but on Wednesday (01Jul15), she was jailed for violating the order for the fourth time by using a mobile app to find Manning's new cell phone number and texting her, according to the New York Post.
Heller's lawyer, Jeremy Saland, says, "We're disappointed that Ms. Heller was unable to remain at liberty.
"There has been no contact - even if true - that is violent or malicious in nature."