The driver of a pickup truck displaying an expletive-filled message to President Donald Trump on its back window has been arrested in Houston, Texas, on an outstanding warrant, reports said Friday.

Fort Bend County Sheriff's Office records showed that Karen Fonseca, 46, was arrested around 2 p.m. EST on Thursday on an outstanding fraud warrant which was issued in August this year by the Rosenberg Police Department. She was booked into the county jail Thursday night with bond set at $1,500.

Fonseca was released from jail later Thursday night after her husband posted her bond, CBS affiliate KHOU reported.

"I'm almost certain it does have to do with (the truck decal)," Fonseca said after her release. "People abuse the badge, and in my opinion, money talks. When you're in politics, people know how to work the system."

She also mentioned that she did not know about the outstanding warrant and that she had recently done background checks about such a thing and that those came back clear.

Fort Bend County Sheriff Troy Nehls had threatened Fonseca with a disorderly conduct charge over the sticker on Wednesday. However, District Attorney John Healey said he didn't think this would have been a prosecutable case.

Fonseca added that she would not remove the decal from her truck and that she said had been stopped by law officers on instances earlier, but that they have no grounds to issue a citation.

"It's not to cause hate or animosity," the 46-year-old Fonseca told the Houston Chronicle. "It's just our freedom of speech and we're exercising it."

Nehls deleted his Facebook post from Wednesday about the decal after it went viral and attracted nationwide attention. Local prosecutors added that they have no plans to press charges over it.

In the now-deleted Facebook post, Nehls said the owner of a truck with a "F--- Trump and F--- you for voting for him" sticker could violate a disorderly conduct law and that he had discussed with a local prosecutor the possibility of a misdemeanor charge against the driver of the truck. The post also included a photo of the white pickup truck with the sticker.

"If you know who owns this truck or it is yours, I would like to discuss it with you. Our Prosecutor has informed us she would accept Disorderly Conduct charges regarding it," the Facebook post read Wednesday.

The sheriff posted a photo of a portion of the Texas law for "Disorderly Conduct" in the comments section of the post "for the point of discussion."  The photo in the comment section read:

"A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly:

"(1) Uses abusive, indecent, profane or vulgar language in a public place, and the language by its very utterance tends to incite an immediate breach of the peace;

"(2) makes an offensive gesture or display in a public place, and the gesture or display tends to incite an immediate breach of the peace."

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in Texas said on Twitter after the post on Wednesday that it supported the owner of the truck.

".@SheriffTNehls, you can't prosecute speech just because it has the word "f--k" in it. #ConstitutionalLaw101 #FreeSpeech," the tweet from ACLU Texas read.