The 27-year-old Dalton graduate accused of possessing explosive powder in the West Village apartment she shares with her boyfriend Aaron Greene was released on $100,000 bond after her arraignment earlier today. Morgan Gliedman, who appeared confident and healthy in court after spending last week in the hospital delivering her baby girl, Melody, hired prominent criminal defense attorney Gerald Shargel to secure the terms of her release. Shargel told Manhattan Criminal Court Justice Robert Mandelbaum that the conditions were "long discussed, long negotiated" with the Manhattan DA's office. Gliedman must wear an ankle monitor, surrender her passport, spend 30 days in a rehabilitation center and another 30 in an outpatient facility.

Shargel, who won a state court acquittal for John Gotti in 1990, declined to comment on the case. "The court proceeding speaks for itself," he told reporters.

Gliedman's rehab stipulation may be in reference to a statement made by an NYPD spokesman, who referred to the couple as "admitted heroin addicts," despite the fact that no drugs were found in their apartment during the execution of a search warrant on the couple's West 9th Street apartment on December 29. That search allegedly yielded shotguns, ammunition, and literature such as "The Terrorist Encyclopedia," along with the explosive powder HMTD.

Greene and Gliedman were also arrested last February for weapons and drug possession respectively, after police found a gun in the trunk of the couple's car. Gliedman is scheduled to appear in court in two days to take an ACD for that marijuana charge, but it's unclear if that will still happen.

Gliedman is also charged with four counts of felony grand larceny for credit card theft. According to the criminal complaint against her, she allegedly met a person at a bar and went home with the victim "and spent several hours there." The person fell asleep. The complaint reads that:

When informant awoke, defendant was gone, and informant was missing: an IBM Thinkpad, Apple Mac Book pro, a black and dark green Mountain Hardwear backpack, a Ralph Lauren Wallet, $80 U.S. currency, a Bank of America Visa card, a USAA Mastercard, an American Express corporate card, and Apple iPhone. Deponent is informed by informant that the value of these items is approximately $4630.

Both Gliedman and Greene come from prominent New York families: her father is the director of radiation oncology at Beth Israel, and her mother is a real estate agent. Greene's father runs a high-profile architectural restoration business.

Gliedman and Greene are due back in court on January 29. Greene, 31, who spent eight months in jail after stabbing a bouncer in the Lower East Side in 2005 after stealing his slice of pizza, remains in custody at Rikers Island.