A Youngstown man who spent time in federal prison for a cyberstalking conviction is back behind bars.

According to court records,  Didier Saint Julien was arrested on Thursday and is now in the custody of federal marshals for allegedly violating the terms of his probation.

In June of last year, Saint Julien was sentenced to two-and-a-half years in prison, with credit for the ten months he has already served in the Mahoning County Jail.

Saint Julien pleaded guilty to the one count in U.S. District Court in December 2019.

A federal indictment accused Saint Julien of stalking, harassing, and intimidating an unnamed victim starting in April 2018.

Prosecutors say that Saint Julien made comments on the victim's Facebook and Instagram page in 2018.

Saint Julien also attempted to contact the victim in person and took pictures of the victim's vehicle, according to authorities.

The indictment stated that Saint Julien attempted to contact the victim's relatives numerous times.

The victim in the case was able to obtain a protection order commanding Saint Julien to have no contact with the victim or the victim's family.

According to the FBI, Saint Julien texted the victim a day after the protection order was initiated.

Court documents say Saint Julien created social media accounts under a fake name and attempted to contact the victim in May 2019.

St. Julien was released from federal prison earlier this year on probation.

Court records do not specify how St. Julien allegedly violated the terms of that probation.

St. Julien on Friday waived his right to a preliminary hearing on the revocation of his probation.