But after being given the order, she brazenly admitted to not turning up because of public transport, the Liverpool Echo reported.
The transgender model was jailed for three months – but has been freed after 28 days.
She has proudly flaunted her release in a set of Instagram pictures, wearing a specially branded prison T-shirt.
She poses with the top that has the words “HMP Styal” printed across the back.
Harwood, 29, proudly admitted she was facing jail last month, as she didn’t want to get the bus with the “scallies”, the Liverpool Echo reported.
“I don’t want to mix with scallies on the bus”
She said: “I don’t want to mix with scallies on the bus.
“Don’t get me wrong I love a scaly, I like spending time with scallies – but that’s when I choose to spend time with scallies.
“Not when it’s forced on me, do you know what I mean.”
Having a bit of a lie down
During the hearing, Harwood shouted at the judge “send me to jail” after he refused to accept her lawyer’s defence.
The transgender model has courted controversy ever since being found guilty of benefit fraud.
Outside court, she admitted she “was not one bit sorry” for stealing taxpayers money.
And only weeks after she posted a picture of an expensive pair of shoes she had just bought.