Delray Beach Woman Texts Ex, Is Arrested For Violating Order

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Warrant Issued For Elisa Ostertag. Arrested, Jailed On Her Birthday…

Elisa Ostertag, Courtesy Palm Beach County Jail.

BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com

DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — A Palm Beach County Judge made it clear earlier this year that Elisa Ostertag was prohibited from contacting her ex. But Ostertag allegedly did just that — sending a series of texts to her ex in the middle of the night on August 9th. That led to police obtaining a warrant for Ostertag’s arrest which was executed this week. She was jailed on her birthday for violating a protection injunction.

According to Boynton Beach Police, Ostertag sent the following — somewhat grammatically lacking — texts to her ex who we are not identifying: “Ingested three bars of Xanax yeah anything you want kill them with her child and your fat bitch get everything she wants.” Another text, according to Boynton PD, stated: “by tomorrow I’m gonna hang myself I need to be done with me and hang out with fat people clue but your mother’s children.”

Officers documented and photographed the text messages while asking police in the City of Delray Beach, where Ostertag lives, to confirm her well-being. Boynton Beach Police then started the procedure for obtaining an arrest warrant for violating a domestic protection order. That warrant was obtained last week and executed on August 30th. Ostertag remained in jail on August 31st, her 52nd birthday.

Elisa Ostertag was ultimately released at 10:16 p.m. on Wednesday after posting $5,000 bond. She’ll appear in court on October 3rd.




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