Molumphy is charged with attempted murder and burglary first after police say he nearly stabbed his ex-girlfriend to death.
Monday, his ex spoke to FOX10 News about his release. Sonya Waldrop said she fears for her life and has been getting hang-up phone calls since he posted bond.
"I just broke down and started crying. I mean I was sick to my stomach. I just wanted to run," said Waldrop.
Investigators said Molumphy broke into her home and repeatedly stabbed and struck her. Authorities said he even tossed out her cell phone so she could not call for help.
More than three months after the attack, Waldrop says a lot has changed.
"I have moved. I am followed to and from work every day," she said. "I don't go anywhere by myself at all."
Waldrop is expected to appear before a judge Wednesday morning, along with Assistant District Attorney Jill Phillips, to ask that Molumphy's bond be reconsidered.
A judge ruled that part of the $100,000 bond was to be paid in cash. However A.D.A. Phillips said a judge modified it to be cash or corporate surety, by a bonding company.
Another option, Phillips said, is to ask the judge to place more restrictions on Molumphy's bond, including electronic monitoring.
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