HAYWARD (CBS/AP) — A San Francisco Bay Area judge granted a restraining order against a woman now charged with a hate crime and battery after being recorded making anti-Islamic slurs and throwing coffee at a Muslim man who was praying in a park.

Jeffrey Brand ordered Denise Slader to stay 200 yards away from Rasheed Albeshari, as well as Lake Chabot Regional Park on Tuesday.

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Slader, who is not in custody, appeared in court, but did not speak to reporters.

Her defense attorney, Jerry Lipkin, also did not comment.

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Slader has previously said the Muslim religion is “dangerous” and her actions were “instinctual.”

She is on administrative leave from her job as a program technician for the parole division of the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. She is due back in court next month.

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