Waterskiing champion and professional boxer Lauryn Eagle, 26, has been ordered to stay away from her mother and sister after she was convicted on Thursday of damaging property at her mother's Peakhurst home.
The former Celebrity Apprentice star was charged with malicious damage to property and two counts of common assault in December after a dispute broke out over her dog at the family home on November 11, 2013.
The alleged victims of the assault were said to be the athlete's mother Kerrie and sister Sarah but those charges were dropped.
A visibly upset Eagle appeared in Kogarah Local Court on Thursday with her lawyer and a friend and pleaded guilty to the charge.
Magistrate Christine Haskett said Eagle kicked a rear door after her mother, Kerrie, took the pet inside.
Eagle's lawyer asked that no conviction be recorded.
The magistrate refused this because it was not the first occasion Eagle had been in trouble with the law.
The former Miss Teen International was convicted of driving while disqualified and giving a false name when police pulled her car over at Sylvania in December 2009.
She was handcuffed by police for refusing to leave Northies Cronulla Hotel last May.
Eagle's mother, who at first did not want to appear in the court room near her daughter, applied for an AVO, which was granted.
Ms Haskett placed Eagle on a good behaviour bond and told her to seek anger management counselling.
If Eagle breaches the AVO conditions, she may face a $5500 fine and a maximum penalty of two years' jail.