A woman from Texas will be awarded $229,500 after Time Warner Cable bombarded her with 153 robocalls, even after she told the company to stop calling.

According to Scripps Media.com, U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein stated that the New York-based company violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991.

The payout of $229,500 comes in response to a lawsuit that was filed last year by Araceli King. She also repeatedly asked the company to stop calling her.

The $1,500 penalty was tripled for each call because of the harassment. In October 2013, King complained in a seven-minute phone conversation to a company representative that the calls to her phone were meant for a customer she did not know.

74 of those calls came in after the cable company was notified of the lawsuit in March 2014.

A trial has been scheduled later this month on July 27.

With additional reporting by Sal Lopez

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