It comes after the 67-year-old, who is already serving a five-and-a-half-year sentence for her involvement in the Malaya cash-for-votes scandal, was found guilty of misappropriation of public funds.
Yague was convicted last week for using granite, marble and other materials that were stored in a town hall warehouse to refurbish her own home in 2004.
She was found guilty alongside two other former town hall employees – Luis Angel Maté and Elías del Pozo – who assisted in stealing the building.
The former mayor must also return €10,729 to Marbella town hall.
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