Stephen Andreassen, 37, pleaded guilty to harassment in June after bombarding her with Facebook messages and setting up 35 websites about her when she dumped him.
He was ordered not to create any more sites about his ex, or contact her.
But on August 15, the woman’s sister found an entry on his blog detailing the court case and calling the woman involved a ‘liar’ and ‘sociopath’.
He even threatened to write a book about their relationship – adding that August 11 last year, when he first asked the woman to go out with him, was ‘the day that ruined my life’.
The blog did not name the woman – but police believed it contained enough detail to identify her.
Andreassen pleaded guilty to breaching the restraining order at Manchester magistrates court yesterday and was given a 14-week prison term, suspended for one year, and a 9pm to 7am curfew.
Gareth Hughes, prosecuting, told the court that Andreassen’s former partner ‘just wanted to get on with her life’, but was now ‘very depressed that she was back on his mind’.
“It worries her because he is very unpredictable,” added Mr Hughes. “She drives everywhere in case she bumps into him and just wants this to come to an end.”
The court heard that Andreassen and the woman had been out on dates last year. They split up at the woman’s request – and the harassment began.
Andreassen, of Ellesmere Road, Chorlton, set up a string of websites, including blogs and fake Facebook profiles for the woman and people she knew.
He posted so many messages on her genuine Facebook page that she was forced to close it down and change her email address and phone number.
The terms of the restraining order were also extended to prevent him writing a book ‘or any other material’ about his former partner.
David Philpotts, defending, said Andreassen had been ‘exceedingly foolish’ in writing the blog.
But he said the material had not been posted on any social networking site or emailed to his former partner, and suggested it could only be found using a search engine.
Andreassen was warned that if he was brought before the court again, he would go to prison.