- Chelsea Manning is a former U.S. soldier who was convicted of violating the Espionage Act
- She was convicted of four new charges and will be restricted from recreation
- Some say Manning is being unfairly charged in an attempt to silence her
The former U.S. Army soldier, already imprisoned for providing classified documents to Wikileaks, was found guilty Tuesday on four charges, the inmate tweeted.
"I am receiving 21 days of restrictions on recreation -- no gym, library or outdoors," Manning tweeted.
Those four charges include medicine misuse, prohibited property, disorderly conduct and disrespect.
The medicine charge came after officials discovered an expired tube of toothpaste in her cell, according to a statement on ChelseaManning.org
The contraband came in the form of books and magazines -- such as a copy of Vanity Fair magazine featuring Caitlyn Jenner
and a copy of Cosmopolitan magazine featuring an interview with Manning. But according to ChelseaManning.org, she received the reading material legally through the prison's open mail system.