Stefanie Woods is back in the Palm Beach County Jail this week for violating her probation after her probation officer said she admitted to injecting herself with heroin and swallowing a Vicodin pill.
Woods, 23, will remain in the jail until her next court date April 24. She was booked Tuesday and gave authorities a Boca Raton address, records show.
Palm Beach County Circuit Court Judge James Martz today said the matter will be addressed next week where Woods’ attorney, Gregg Lerman, will be present.
Woods, who in 2008 became known as the “Cookie Monster” after she helped steal money from a Girl Scout with a partner, refused to submit a urinalysis by 5 p.m. March 27 to the staff at the treatment center she attends. On March 28, she submitted a tampered specimen and authorities found opiates in another specimen. On March 29, Woods allegedly admitted to taking a Vicodin pill two days before. She also allegedly admitted that day that she injected herself with heroin March 23, according to documents released today.
Lerman declined to comment on Woods’ behalf this afternoon.
In 2008 Woods and a friend stole $168 from a Girl Scout who was selling cookies at a Boynton Beach Winn-Dixie. She was eventually sentenced to three years in a juvenile facility and secure drug treatment, getting out in June 2009.
In 2009, Woods, her then-boyfriend and another man robbed a man of prescription drugs while armed with a gun in Palm Beach Gardens. She pleaded guilty to kidnapping and firearm charges. She was also arrested for violating probation in April 2012, and sentenced to 15 days in jail and community service.