Judge Orders 'Serial Stowaway' Marilyn Hartman Held on $25K Bond

Chicago. The legendary musician was taken to UCLA Medical Center for a cardiac incident Sunday night

A day later she boarded a British Airways flight. Her arrest last week was at least the 10th time she's been caught trying to slip past airport security without a plane ticket.

Serial stowaway Marilyn Hartman, the bane of TSA and gate agents around the country, has been up to her old tricks again.

America's Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is now investigating how Hartman managed to sneak past security.

He went on to tell her that he feels she's "addicted to the attention", and no longer feels sympathy for her.

According to a Chicago Tribune report, Hartmann now faces a felony theft charge (the ticket would have cost $2,400) and a misdemeanour trespass charge. She was jailed in Chicago that same year for trying to bypass security at the city's two major airports. She was then sent back to O'Hare and arrested by U.S. law enforcement officials.

She landed on Monday, Jan. 15, before being detained by British Customs officials and sent back to Chicago on Thursday, Jan. 18. When it could be arranged she was returned to Chicago and was arrested at O'Hare on arrival.

A weird habit of trying to get on planes without a ticket has resulted in numerous court appearances and convictions. A TSA spokesman said in a statement Friday they were looking into the matter as to how Hartman was able to walk past the security.

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"We are working with our law enforcement partners to support a comprehensive and thorough investigation, while continuing to maintain the highest levels of security at O'Hare Airport", said Andrea Huffman, spokesperson for the Chicago Department of Aviation. "During the initial investigation it was determined that the passenger was screened at the security checkpoint before boarding a flight".

"And it's not as if she is, 'Catch me if you can.' It's nearly like, 'Just come catch me, ' " Assistant State's Attorney Jeff Allen told reporters during the hearing.

Hartman is expected in court Saturday at noon.

Authorities said Hartman then boarded a shuttle bus to Terminal 5, blending in with a group of travelers to avoid having to show her identification.

Ms Hartman also has a history of attempted escape from mental health facilities.

Hartman was living at an apartment facility for low-income seniors at a Chicago suburb before her arrest this week.

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