Amy Beth Dallamura now lives in Hove, Sussex
A woman given an Asbo for making repeated suicide attempts was arrested near cliffs just hours after failing to overturn the order, it has emerged.
Emergency services were called out near Aberystwyth last Friday to Amy Beth Dallamura, 45, of Hove, Sussex.
Aberystwyth magistrates had refused to lift her anti-social behaviour order (Asbo) just hours earlier.
A previous court hearing heard how she had cost emergency services nearly £1m after they had rescued her 50 times.
Ms Dallamura moved to live with relatives in Hove in September last year.
But she returned to Aberystwyth, where she once lived, on 20 February to try to persuade magistrates to lift the Asbo which banned her from going in the sea, onto beaches or the promenade in the town.
They refused, saying it would remain in place until further notice.
But later that day, shortly before midnight, Dyfed-Powys Police, the ambulance service and the coastguard were called to Borth, near Aberystwyth.
Ms Dallamura was on cliffs near the village, said police. She was arrested, but was released without charge.
Earlier that day in court, she apologised for the concern she had caused in Aberystwyth.
But she argued that her Asbo was "no longer necessary".
Temporary chief inspector Mark James of Aberystwyth police said: "We received a report from the ambulance service that they had been alerted to her being on the cliffs over Borth.
"It was outside the area from which she is excluded. She was arrested and released without further action."
The Asbo was imposed for an indefinite period in January 2006 after Ms Dallamura, a former golf professional, made repeated suicide attempts.
She had waded out to sea and leapt off piers, jetties, rocks and cliffs when she lived in the Ceredigion seaside town.
Ms Dallamura breached her Asbo in 2007 and received a two-year supervision order.