Owen Labrie was taken into custody today (pictured Friday) to begin serving a one-year sentence for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old classmate.
A New Hampshire prep school graduate who was convicted of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old classmate was led from court in handcuffs on Friday, after he admitted violating his bail agreement by missing curfew.
Owen Labrie was sentenced to a year in jail by a judge in Merrimack County Superior Court - after authorities became aware he had been breaking his curfew by visiting his girlfriend at Harvard for brunch - among other activities.
Labrie was caught out when he bumped into a journalist on the train and told her about his life after being convicted.
After finding him in violation of the curfew, Judge Larry Smukler scolded the 20-year-old before having him taken into custody.
'There have been credibility issues throughout this trial.
'You are unlikely to abide by any conditions. I don't relax conditions because you can't comply with them.'
'Since that's the way you're going to consider these conditions I am making the finding and I think I'll leave it at that. So be it. 'Judge Smukler said Friday just before Labrie was led out of court in cuffs.
Prep school sex-assault student is led away in cuffs as he's jailed for a YEAR after breaking his curfew by 'brunching with his girlfriend at Harvard'
Owen Labrie was cuffed and taken into custody for violating 5pm-to-8am curfew 8 times since being convicted of sexual misconduct last October
On February 29, a reporter spoke with him while he was returning from a date with his girlfriend at Harvard and he said he was rushing home for 5
In court papers Monday, the prosecutor asked that his bail be revoked
Labrie's attorney Jaye Rancourt wrote in response that her client was meeting with his legal team and 'pursuing educational endeavors'
On Friday the judge says while revoking bail, 'I don't relax conditions because you can't comply with them'
He has been living with his mother in Tunbridge, Vermont
By CHRIS SPARGO FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and SNEJANA FARBEROV FOR DAILYMAIL.COM and KALHAN ROSENBLATT FOR DAILYMAIL.COM
PUBLISHED: 15:31 EST, 18 March 2016 | UPDATED: 17:24 EST, 18 March 2016