Judge Bans Chris Sails From Social Media As He’s Out On Bond For Domestic Violence Case Against Parker McKenna Posey

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Chris Sails, the Youtube star, who is currently accused of physically assaulting “My Wife and Kids” actress Parker McKenna, has been ordered by the judge presiding over his case, to stay off all social media platforms while he’s out on bond.

According to The Blast, court documents state that a Texas judge ruled Sails could not use YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and any other platform.

Sails is also prohibited from leaving Texas and will have to wear GPS monitoring by the end of this month.

Sails is also subject to drug testing.

Sails was arrested on October 25 for assaulting his ex-girlfriend Parker McKenna for an earlier alleged physical incident that took place in September in Houston.

He was accused of third-degree felony assault by police who were called to the apartment. As we reported earlier, when Sails was initially arrested, police noted that McKenna told them Sails became enraged when he saw a message another man sent to McKenna on Instagram.

McKenna said Sails slapped her with an open hand, striking her in her torso and other body parts. She says he hit her repeatedly knocking her to the floor and leaving golf ball sized bruises on her body. She also said Sails hit her in the face with a closed fist, resulting in a black eye.

McKenna said at one point, Sails put his hands around her neck and applied pressure until she was unable to breathe.

She told police that she fought back because she believed Sails was going to kill her.

As he was strangling her, he repeatedly slammed the back of her head against the concrete. She reportedly pleaded with cops to place a retraining order against Sails.

A judge granted the order, which prohibited Sails from communicating or coming within 200 feet of her.

Sails is set to appear in court next month.

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