Marla Maples' one-time manager has been sentenced to 60 days behind bars after pleading guilty to harassing the actress.

Chuck Jones, 71, confessed to the aggravated harassment and weapons charges last month (Feb14) relating to threatening emails he sent to Donald Trump's ex-wife in 2012.

The shoe-obsessed man, who served as the former beauty queen's representative in the early 1990s, admitted to the counts as part of a plea deal, which also requires him to undergo counselling and serve five years probation.

During a formal sentencing hearing in a New York court on Friday (21Mar14), Jones was also ordered to abide by a restraining order obtained by Maples banning him from contacting the blonde or her daughter, Tiffany Trump, for eight years.

Jones had previously been ordered to stay away from Maples, 50, and her 20-year-old daughter after his 1994 conviction for stealing multiple pairs of high heels from his former client, reports the New York Post.

His lawyer Donald Vogelman says, "Mr. Jones is glad that this case is over and looks forward to a fresh start. He has put Marla Maples behind him and only wishes to spend more time with his children and grandchildren."