Luann de Lesseps has been accused of violating the terms of her probation, RadarOnline.com has confirmed.
According to a document from the Florida Department of Corrections, The Real Housewives of New York star, 53, just received a warning from her probation officer.
The legal notice about De Lesseps said she did not prove that she has been attending two Alcoholics Anonymous meetings each week and failed to submit to random sobriety tests.
A letter to the case's judge stated, "We have been notified that this offender is in noncompliance with one or more conditions of supervision. She was to complete 2 AA/NA meetings per week, per her New York Probation Officer. She has failed to provide documentation that she is following that special condition."
De Lesseps won't be punished at this point for not sticking to the arrangements outlined in her plea deal. However, her parole officer reportedly stated that she has not followed through on the terms in the six months she has been monitored.
But the reality TV star has completed 25 hours of her ordered 50 hours of community service.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, de Lesseps was arrested in Palm Beach, Florida, on Christmas Eve 2017 after a boozy bender in which she trespassed in a hotel room and locked herself in a bathroom.
The scene exposed on video was wild as de Lesseps threatened a police officer when she was taken into custody, shouting, "Don't touch me. I'm going to kill you. I'll kill you! I will kill you!"
She avoided jail time with a plea deal in July 2018.
De Lesseps pleaded guilty to disorderly intoxication, trespass and battery.
De Lesseps' plea arrangement was transferred from Florida to New York State, where she currently lives.
She went to rehab in July 2018 but left the program weeks later to resume her cabaret tour.
"I feel like I've gotten past it," de Lesseps has shrugged about her arrest.
The Bravo star told an interviewer, "Really at this point, I feel like I'm almost allergic to alcohol because I can't be like most normal people and have a glass or two of wine. I'm just not wired that way."
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