Dragon Con co-founder Ed Kramer will not be going back to jail, at least for now.
Gwinnett District Attorney Danny Porter has determined that Kramer did not violate terms of his house arrest through two social media accounts.
At question was the Google+ connection Kramer had with the now 17-year-old boy he was found with in a Connecticut hotel room in 2011.
Under terms of his plea agreement, Kramer can have no contact with any minor under age 16.
Porter was also looking into Kramer's Twitter account where he was being followed by a 14-year-old Australian girl.
"At that time, his account was an open account which means anyone could follow him and he might not even know they were there," Porter tells WSB's Sandra Parrish.
But Porter still believes Kramer will slip up at some point.
"He's very adept at the internet... and he's going to test us at every opportunity," says Porter. "So it's still my belief that before this is all over, he's going to violate his probation and I'm going to have him in prison."
In December, Kramer agreed to plead guilty to three counts of child molestation in exchange for the state dropping three more serious charges of aggravated child molestation.
He was sentenced to five years on each count to be served concurrently. Since Kramer has already served 26 months, he will spend the remaining 34 months on house arrest. He will then serve 20 years on probation in which he is not allowed to leave Gwinnett County at any time without the permission of the court.