THE CHALLENGE alum Robin Hibbard has been released from prison after serving two months battling drug addiction.
Robin, 43, was arrested on April 2, 2023 and charged with violating a domestic violence restraining order.
In April 2022, she was given a restraining order by her family after she was accused of abusing drugs on their property.
The US Sun can exclusively reveal that Robin was released from prison by court order on June 8th.
On June 7, Robin did not contest the allegations.
Admission of non-contest, while not an admission of guilt, allows the court to treat the accused as if he were guilty.
She received 67 days in prison and was released the following day.
It is unclear where Robin is today as her address is listed in prison records as “at large”.
In her police mugshot obtained by The US Sun, Robin looked completely unrecognizable and worn.
The incident report read: “[Robin] molested the victim and stood/paced the driveway [the family member’s] residence, showing aggression.
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“There is an active protection order against the defendant, which was served on the defendant on April 14, 2022. The protection order expires on April 13, 2027.
“The protective order requires that the defendant remain no more than 500 feet from the victim’s home and not communicate with the victim in any way. Therefore, the defendant is currently violating the order.”
The family member “observed her violating the protective order while watching her in the living room of the apartment while on the phone to police.”
As The US Sun previously reported, on April 5, 2022, Robin’s family member filed a domestic violence restraining order against her.
The family member claimed Robin had been unemployed for five years and gave her address as “unknown”.
The family member claimed Robin jumped over the gate to their backyard and “dance around on drugs.”
The family member claimed she was “trying to break into the locked porch.”
She allegedly got on there, slept there for three days and “continued her drug use”.
The protective order read: “[We] watched as she injected something into her arm with a needle. She was told multiple times to leave our property and not use drugs, but she would not walk away and repeatedly threatened us.
“On 03/31/2022 she finally got angry and caused such a loud riot on the carport and in the front yard by screaming and destroying the landscaping that the neighbors called the police.”
Robin “stormed off” when police reached the house.
Officers briefed the family on how to apply for a protective order and attempted to locate the former MTV star.
The narration ended: “[Robin] has been doing drugs and stealing money and other pawns from us for the last five or six years.
“She broke windows and screens and destroyed the landscape. She threatened us with physical violence several times. She hit and shoved me several times when I was told not to use illegal drugs and leave our property.”
They also claimed that Robin was suffering from a mental illness and had not taken her medication.
The family member requests that Robin be “directed to attend treatment, intervention, and/or counseling services.”
Robin was not present at the April 13 court hearing, although she was served with the court documents.
The court found that the family member “is a victim of domestic violence or has reasonable grounds to believe that they are in imminent danger of becoming a victim of domestic violence.” [Robin.]”
She was ordered to stay 150 meters from her home and work and 30 meters from her car.
The former MTV star is also forbidden from engaging in violence.
Robin was ordered by the court to undergo a psychological evaluation within 10 days of the order.
Past drug arrest
A Florida Sheriff’s report obtained by The US Sun said Robin was arrested on August 19, 2019 and charged with possession of heroin and a controlled substance.
On July 6, 2019, police responded to a woman lying on a white artificial Christmas tree holding onto a blue backpack while she slept in a Wawa parking lot.
When they woke her up, they noticed “a capped syringe popping out of her sports bra.”
The police report said: “The defendant noticed that the syringe was sticking out and tried to hide this by pushing it between her décolleté in her bra. The syringe popped out of the bottom of her bra.”
“Again, the defendant tried to hide the syringe by shoving it inside her sports bra. The syringe popped out of her sports bra again. Officer Barrett then told the defendant to simply give him the injection. Then the defendant reached into her bra, pulled out the syringe and handed it to Officer Barrett.”
Robin told officers she was “diabetic” but could not answer when asked what medication she was taking.
She was held in handcuffs because of her “uncooperative behavior and condition.”
The former reality star gave officers permission to search her bag.
The report states: “In a medium-sized front pocket of the backpack was a clear glass jar with a flower lid. Inside the container were a white powder substance, three peach-colored pills with an unidentifiable imprint.”
They released her because of the officer’s “defective” drug test kits.
The substances were later determined to be heroin and izolam through lab results, leading to her arrest weeks later.
Her bail was set at $4,000 and she was released on bail on September 5, 2019.
According to court documents, she pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Robin requested a public defender as she reported her income as “zero”.
She pleaded guilty to both counts and was sentenced to 30 days in county jail.
Robin was then arrested on October 17, 2019 for occupying a building in violation of an eviction order and possessing drugs without a prescription.
In the sheriff’s report, officers found Robin in the back yard of a building with a “No Trespassing” sign posted.
According to the report, “A search of her property found 15 blue oval-shaped pills marked ‘213’.” According to Drugs.com, the pills are a prescription drug called Sertraline Hydrochloride 50 mg, which she possessed without a prescription .”
According to the Florida courts, the outcome of the case is “withheld,” meaning she was not convicted but may receive a special sentence, such as probation.
Then, on January 27, 2020, she was arrested for trespassing and nonviolent resistance at the Seminole Hard Rock Casino.
According to the sheriff’s report, officers were called because Robin allegedly “caused a disturbance and refused to leave” after being told to do so by security.
When officers told her to exit the casino through the main entrance, she “refused” and tried to go through an emergency exit.
The report said that when officers attempted to arrest her, “the defendant resisted by backing away from officers and handcuffing him.”
She was ordered not to have any contact with Hard Rock Casino. She was not prosecuted for these allegations.
She was also arrested on August 2, 2022 for nonviolently resisting an officer and giving a false name to a police officer.
She pleaded no contest and was found guilty.
Robin was sentenced to 10 days in prison based on time served.
Robin starred in The Real World: San Diego in 2004 and appeared in various seasons of The Challenge from 2004 to 2012.