Blankner argued the terms of Mangiardi’s bond with the federal magistrate at her arraignment and ultimately she was allowed to remain free of federal custody on a $100,000.

Bruce Berry along with Mangiardi’s niece, Darilyn Berray, cosigned the surety bond which they will have to pay back if she fails to show up for remaining court dates.

Shortly after her federal court appearance, she was arrested by the Orlando Police and ultimately booked into the Orange county jail for violated a county civil court judge's court order.

On February 27, Ninth Judicial Circuit Judge Robert Egan issued a writ of bodily attachment asking for Mangiardi to be taken into custody for violating a 2012 civil judgment where she was ordered to pay a victim more than $300,000.

Mangiardi had failed to pay that judgement and dozens of other judgements.

Mangiardi was forced to surrender her passport and will have to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet to make sure she does not travel outside the Middle District of Florida as part of her federal bond.

She is also not allowed to have any contact with her victims or engage in any construction bid bond projects. 

Mangiardi’s next court date will be determined after a status conference hearing on April 8.