According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Barba will not only have to spend 45 months behind bars but complete mental health and drug programs.
Earlier this month, Barba finally found out her fate in the criminal case accusing her of playing a role in a drug ring selling Fentanyl.
In newly filed docs, the judge ordered Barba to enter a prison that is close to her home of New Jersey. The prison must have a facility with a residential drug abuse program for Barba to complete. She must be provided a mental health evaluation, diagnosis and treatment as needed.
Once she checks out of prison she will have to complete five years of supervised release. Barba will be subject to one drug test within 15 days of her release. She will then be randomly tested by her probation officer throughout the five years.
She will be prohibited from hanging out with other convicted criminals or drinking or taking drugs. The judge said if Barba tests positive for drugs or signs of drinking, she will have to enter rehab and pay for the costs.
Barba is currently behind bars serving her 45 months sentence.