Source: The Sun
Date: 26th July 2018
Michelle Whelton hurled abuse at a woman in the street after her boyfriend moved in and they started making a lot of noise in Haverfordwest
Whelton was arrested and claimed her family had been disturbed by the woman have noisy sex in the flat next door.
A mum threatened a female neighbour after being enraged by her having “noisy sex”, a court heard.
Michelle Whelton, 49, hurled abuse at the woman as she left her home – and telling her: “Go and have sex in a field.”
Horrified neighbours and children watched as Whelton threatened that she would get a “good kicking.”
Whelton was arrested and claimed her family had been disturbed by the woman having noisy sex in a nearby flat.
Prosecutor Vaughan Pritchard-Jones said: “She told police that when the woman has sex with her boyfriend she screams and makes a lot of noise.”
A court heard the victim moved house following the incident on February 21 after falling pregnant.
The row was sparked when the victim put in a noise complaint against Whelton for playing music late at night.
But furious Whelton got drunk and flew into a rage in the street at 6pm in Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire.
Mr Pritchard-Jones said: “It appears that Miss Whelton was drunk and she continued to be abusive.”
A victim impact statement said the mum was afraid to stay in her own home.
The mum said: “All I did was put in a noise complaint to the council and now I’m being punished for it.
“She has no idea of the impact of her behaviour.”
Defending Mike Kelleher said it was the culmination of “months of neighbourhood problems.”