Woman launched dog poo at ex-boyfriend’s driveway after accusing him of cheating

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A woman turned up at her ex-boyfriend's house and started hurling eggs and dog faeces after accusing him of cheating.

Amy Williams, 24, and Michael Warburton, around 35 years older, had been seeing each other for approximately four weeks after meeting on a dating site.

At one point, Mr Warburton had a female friend come over to his house in Liverpool.

He then started "started to receive abusive text messages from the defendant," Liverpool Magistrates' Court heard.

On December 12, Mr Warburton’s son spotted Williams at the end of their driveway shouting abuse, the Liverpool Echo reports.

Ben Stanley, prosecuting said this happened "a number of times".

At one point, Williams threw "eggs at his windows and…dog faeces on the driveway".

Mr Stanley said: "On December 25 he saw her outside his address standing with an unknown male and a dog, they had been stood there for some time."

On another occasion, Mr Stanley explained there were three women outside Mr Warburton's property who threatened "I'll smash your face in", "I'm going to kill you" and "you're dead".

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Mr Stanley told the court Williams had shouted on another occasion "You're going to get it you f****** p***k."

Williams admitting harassing Mr Warburton between November 12 last year and January 6, 2021.

She also admitted using threatening words on January 4 this year.

Catherine Higham, defending, said that although the relationship was brief Williams "did form an attachment", adding that there "appears to be some discrepancy" between her understanding of the relationship and Mr Warburton's.

She said that the breakdown of the relationship "came about after discovering the complainant had been unfaithful".

Williams has been diagnosed with ADHD, depression and anxiety and has a support worker.

She is also making efforts to reduce her alcohol intake.

Magistrate Goulding sentenced Williams to an 18-month community order, a six-month alcohol treatment requirement and 30 Rehabilitation Activity Requirements.

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Williams was fined £120 and ordered to pay costs of £80 and a victim surcharge of £95.

A restraining order preventing her from contacting her victim, two other males and his female friend were also imposed for two years.

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