A New York woman sentenced to weekends in jail found a way to finesse the prison system. 

Parisse Daves was supposed to spend her weekends at Rikers Island, and she did until December 2017, according to the New York Post.

She had more pressing matters, though, because she began to sign in for her sentence and not board the bus.

“The log book shows that Ms. Daves would leave the [Samuel L.] Perry building before being picked up and without being told that she could go,” Manhattan Assistant District Attorney Robert Shull said, according to court papers.

Cell phone records from February 9 showed her gallivanting around New York while she was supposed to be at Rikers. The records pinged her at about a dozen locations in Queens and Brooklyn.

On January 12, sis didn’t even sign the paper, and her phone snitched on her again. Fifteen minutes after she was supposed to be in Rikers, she was in Manhattan. Less than an hour later, she was a block away from her apartment in Crown Heights.

A spokesperson for the city’s Department of Correction wouldn’t comment on Daves’ case but said the court is notified the next business day when a weekend inmate doesn’t show up.

Daves was supposed to be serving time for check fraud after she deposited over $82,000 worth of bad checks into her bank account. She was initially sentenced to six months in prison, but she received nine months to be served on weekends after her lawyer Joel Stein pleaded for leniency. The attorney argued Daves turned her life around, got a job and her son came to live with her. Daves is also an aspiring actress who had a recurring role on an indie web series titled Body Jumpers.

“Incarceration will undoubtedly cause Ms. Daves to lose her employment and her apartment, and her son will have to move back with his father in Maryland,” Stein wrote in a letter to the court.

Stein still stands by his client. He says Daves showed up for five weekends at 5 p.m. and waited in the intake area until midnight when she would be sent home due to overcrowding. Stein says the accusations are “patently untrue.”

Stein also claimed Daves was sick for two of the weekends she skipped out and went to the doctor but was not admitted to a hospital.

Since she’s been caught playing hooky, Daves has been offered a deal to complete 400 hours of community service and probation. She has until August 7 to decide.

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