Shocking footage shows the moment a foul-mouthed neighbour kicks off as she is booted out of her home.
The ‘nightmare’ resident was chucked out of her house after neighbours claimed she plagued those on her street with all-night booze-fuelled parties and abusive behaviour.
It is believed Stephanie Pringle made life hell for people living in Shiremoor, North Tyneside for months, reports Chronicle Live .
The 36-year-old would repeatedly hold house parties which descended into chaos and fighting inside and outside the home, locals claim.
It is believed neighbours and emergency services were also subjected to verbal abuse and threats from visitors.
Loud music was played at all hours of the day and night, windows were smashed, and on one occasion, a police officer was assaulted, the complaints claimed.
The authorities received a catalogue of complaints about her and she was given numerous formal warnings from North Tyneside Council and Northumbria Police .
The council was granted a court order to shut down the property and banned her from her home.
And on Thursday, police officers and the council’s community and public space protection team turned up at her door to hand over the closure notice.
It is believed entry had to be forced and Pringle was found inside. She launched into a foul-mouthed tirade as she was asked to leave.
A 33-year-old man was also there and he was arrested for breaching a court order.
The property was then boarded up and the locks were changed.
Earlier this year, Pringle was taken to court by the council and ordered to pay almost £700 after three breaches of a community protection order.
The council says the house closure was sought after all other efforts to persuade her to behave failed.
Meanwhile, a similar order was made to shut down a flat at Morgan House, North Shields. This property was also linked to complaints about anti-social behaviour.
Richard Mitchell, community and public spaces protection manager, said: "This is the first time North Tyneside Council has ever had to use full closure legislation in response to local people’s concerns about the behaviour of tenants, but due to community protection orders being repeatedly breached we have been left with no other choice.
"We don’t want to see anyone lose their home and in both cases we tried a partial closure first in an attempt to prevent disturbances from all-night parties, but it’s made no difference.
"Thankfully, North Tyneside remains one of the safest places in the country and we hope these closures will both act as a deterrent against this sort of behaviour in the future and reassure local people about the lengths we are prepared to go to, to restore the peace."
Sgt Guy Morgan, from Northumbria Police, added: "We know anti-social behaviour is a significant issue for our local residents and communities and along with our partners we work hard to ensure we do everything we can to tackle this issue.
"The regular and ongoing partnership work we do with North Tyneside Council in the area has once again shown that we won’t hesitate to use every tool and legislation we have to keep communities safe and effectively deal with this type of behaviour."
People can report anti-social behaviour by calling 101, via an online reporting form or by emailing their local neighbourhood policing team- both can be found on Northumbria Police’s website.
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