A woman in Brighton avoided jail for cyber stalking her her ex-boyfriends new dish,  but landed in the pen for violating probation.

Crazy ex-girlfriends are no joke! The Freep.com reported that...

"Cynthia Priscilla Davis told a Livingston County District Court judge that she didn’t intend to scare the stalking complainant, but simply was dealing with an issue “about my ex.”

The complainant proved that she received 6 Facebook messages from Cynthia within 15 to 20 minutes. She stated that the defendant sent one message that said  that she'd "better watch her back because I'm coming for you".

After hearing all the facts the judge sentenced Davis to two-years probation for staking. Davis landed herself in jail for 15 days due to violating her probation in a different case.

Here are 5 ways to keep yourself safe from cyber stalking...

  1. Make Your Profiles Private
  2. Block Any Accounts That You Know Belong To A Stalker
  3. Avoid Tagging In Photos
  4. Use A Different Username For Every Media Site You Are On
  5. Remove Yourself From Search Results And The Internet

And most importantly if you think you are being stalked don't take any chances, contact the police immediately!