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Louise Meanwell (right) is accused of stalking Yankees general manager Brian Cashman (left).
A woman accused of shaking down New York Yankees general manager Brian Cashman for $6,000 has been indicted. But it's not yet clear what charges the grand jury found appropriate.
Manhattan prosecutors said Wednesday that Louise Meanwell had been indicted in the case concerning Cashman. But the indictment won't be made public until she's arraigned next month.
It also encompasses a 2010 harassment case against her. That case had been on track to be dismissed until she was rearrested.
Meanwell is jailed on $300,000 bond. She was arrested on charges including grand larceny and stalking.
She denies allegations of threatening to trash Cashman's reputation to get him to pay her.
Meanwell is a British native. She also goes by Louise Neathway.