Disgraced former NSW Labor MP and convicted sex offender Milton Orkopoulos is back in prison after authorities tore up his parole.
The State Parole Authority on Wednesday found Orkopoulos had breached two parole conditions, including a failure to comply with requirements of the Child Protection Register.
He was granted parole last December but has since been arrested twice for allegedly failing to comply with his reporting obligations.
Orkopoulos will remain in prison as those charges move through the courts and the parole authority will then review its decision.
The former Labor MP was arrested in January for allegedly setting up an Instagram account - which he used to follow soccer player Cristiano Ronaldo - and not telling police within the required seven days.
He was re-arrested last week when Corrective Services NSW officers told police he'd used the mobile phone of a fellow resident at the Malabar halfway house where he lives.
Defence lawyer Omar Juweinat has described the conditions placed upon his client as "draconian" and "burdensome, onerous and unjustified".
Orkopoulos spent 11-and-a-half years in jail after he was convicted of 30 child sex, drug and child porn offences.