Stuart Irby was ordered to serve the duration of his bonded release under house arrest for violation of his bond on a felony charge of cyber-stalking.

After being charged with the felony on March 3 in Madison, Irby was released on a $50,000 bond under the conditions that he consumes no alcohol or drugs and that he not contact the victim under any circumstance.

Irby was arrested Sunday evening by Ridgeland police and charged with Driving under the Influence (DUI) after he was observed on his motorcycle speeding and running a red light on Old Canton Road.

In addition to the DUI, prosecutor Trae Sims provided the court with documents showing Irby e-mailed the alleged stalking victim just two hours after his release on bond.

Madison Municipal Judge Dale Danks decided not to revoke the bond which would have incarcerated Irby through his trial for the felony charge.

Irby will wear a GPS ankle bracelet and remain in his home under the eye of CourtWatch, a private company that specializes in monitoring citizens under house arrest.

Ridgeland police received a call around 7:30 p.m. from a concerned resident about a possibly intoxicated motorist on a motorcycle. Ridgeland police officer Ryan Ainsworth testified that Irby admitted to consuming alcohol after being stopped by another officer on Old Canton Road.

After taking a breathalyzer test, Irby's blood alcohol level was measured at 0.09, above Mississippi's legal limit of 0.08.

Irby has been in the spotlight since he was involved in a fatal accident in 2009 which left Dr. Daniel Mark Pogue and his finance Dr. Lisa Dedousis dead following a head-on collision.

He was a passenger in the car while his wife, Karen, was driving the vehicle and is currently serving 18 years on a manslaughter conviction.