Chloe Bradley (19), whose address was given as HMP Cornton Vale, Stirling, appeared at Falkirk Sheriff Court last Thursday.
She had previously admitted conducting herself in a disorderly manner, shouting, swearing and struggling with a prison officer and committing a breach of the peace at HMYOI Polmont on March 4 last year.
Sheriff Derek Hamilton asked defence solicitor Gordon Addison if his client had been of good behaviour and highlighted a fixed penalty notice (FPN) Bradley had received for a “breach of coronavirus regulations”.
The solicitor stated Bradley disputed the FPN.
Sentence was deferred until May 6, 2021 for Bradley to be of good behaviour.
Addressing the teen, Sheriff Hamilton said: “You should consider yourself quite fortunate, given the nature of this offence and that you were shouting and swearing and struggling with a prison officer.”
The court heard Bradley has assault convictions.