Detroit -- A judge on Friday ordered a Florida animal-rights activist to stand trial on allegations of stalking a Wayne State University researcher and sent the woman to jail for violating bond.

Camille Marino, 48, was handcuffed to a chair in 36th District Court after Judge Lynise Bryant-Weeks ruled she hadn't been complying with a court order barring her from posting about WSU professor Donal O'Leary on social media sites.

The Wildwood, Fla., woman is charged with aggravated stalking and unlawful positing of a message with aggravating circumstances. Each felony charge carries a penalty of up to five years in prison. Marino is also charged with a 30-day misdemeanor offense of trespassing.

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