NEW CANAAN — Teri Buhl reported to prison July 8, according to her website. The New Canaan journalist is serving time for misdemeanor charges of harassment and breach of peace.

In 2010, Buhl posted personal information about her then-boyfriend’s daughter online under a fake Facebook profile, according to court documents. She was arrested on charges of second-degree harassment, second-degree breach of peace and interfering with an officer. She was convicted on the former two charges.

Buhl appealed the charges, claiming insufficient evidence. She also argued the court shifted the burden of proof to her and having to provide that proof forced her to betray her journalistic sources.

The state Supreme Court upheld the harassment charges and reinstated the breach of peace charges previously overturned by an appellate court in 2014.

In a blog post, Buhl said she is serving time at the York Correctional Institution in Niantic. Buhl asked for donations, so she could pay for phone calls, personal hygiene items and items for other prisoners so she could gain protection and favor from them. She is to return from prison in August.