A Tumbarumba woman has been fined a total of $200 after she pleaded guilty to two counts of using a carriage service to threaten to kill.
Alysha Julie Oliver, 30, pleaded guilty to the charges in Wagga Local Court.
The court heard that at Coolamon in November 2017, Oliver sent text messages to her former partner, threatening to kill him and his family.
On the same day, she sent a threatening text messages to her former partner's mother.
In August, Oliver was sentenced to three years' jail after pleading guilty in Wagga District Court to two counts of using a car as an offensive weapon causing grievous bodily harm.
The victims in that case were her former partner's parents.
The incident occurred at their house in Coolamon in November 2017.