Tweets End Avary’s Jail Furlough Program

The “Pulp Fiction” screenwriter will serve the rest of his drunk driving term in jail.

"Pulp Fiction" screenwriter Roger Avary won’t be tweeting again any time soon, a Ventura County sheriff’s official said Monday.

Avary probably will serve the rest of his yearlong sentence for a fatal drunken driving accident in the county jail instead of a lower-security work furlough program, said Sheriff’s Department spokesman Ross Bonfiglio.

He’s expected to be released next July.