The daughter of a millionaire property tycoon who kept a blog of the days she was on the run from prison, is back behind bars.
Damji was convicted of fraud
Entries made on the online diary led police to Farah Damji's hide-out at a hotel in Plymouth, Devon, five days after she went missing.
Damji, 40, was released from Downview Prison in Sutton, south-west London, on 22 July to attend a course in London.
She was jailed for stealing a credit card and fraudulently spending £50,000.
Damji was serving three-and-a-half years after being found guilty at Blackfriars Crown Court in October 2005 of dishonesty and perverting the course of justice.
Her freedom ended when a national newspaper tipped off police as to her whereabouts, which they had discovered with the help of her blog.
She was arrested at midnight on 27 July and gave officers a temporary address in Paignton, thought to be that of a friend.
Damji began keeping a blog on the myspace website after failing to return from an Open University tutorial.
In one message she wrote: "I had my freedom taken away so my son hardly knows me anymore... If I can stop this happening to just one other woman.. then I have achieved something in my life.
"Women should not go to prison."
Another entry read: "Seems I am the cause for great consternation because I have apparently 'absconded'.
Damji, whose father is South African-based property developer Amir Damji, claimed the whole situation was a major misunderstanding.
The mother-of-two was the subject of gossip columns in 2003 when alleged claims of her affairs with a Guardian newspaper executive and writer William Dalrymple became public.
A Prison Service spokesman said Damji was back in jail but would not confirm where.