The woman accused of stalking Kris Jenner has been thrown back in jail for allegedly violating the terms of her release.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Christina Bankston was remanded into custody after a hearing on January 22.
At the hearing, it was determined that Bankston's "harassment and false accusations directed at her pretrial services officer and his supervisor provided probable cause that she had violated multiple obstruction of justice, witness tampering, and witness harassment statutes."
According to the prosecution, the "dangerousness" of her conduct, combined with the charges against her and certain past behavior — including falsely accusing a co-worker of sexual harassment — made Bankston "a danger to the community and unlikely to comply with future conditions of supervision."
Last year, Bankston was arrested on 15 counts in relation to hacking Jenner’s social media accounts, emails and sending her threatening texts.
Prosecutors alleged Bankston harassed Kris and other Kardashians between March and September 2014. She also allegedly hacked into Apple’s servers to obtain iCloud information for Kris and obtained the username, password and security answers and used it to hack into Kourtney Kardashian’s AOL account.