A woman claimed in court that her life had been made a misery since a group of Romanians moved into a block of flats where she lives.
Hailey Robinson, 43, made her outburst from the dock at Blackpool Magistrates Court where she admitted breaching the peace.
I am well behaved and hold down two jobs and look after my son. I have never been in trouble
Magistrates heard Robinson of Wood Street, St Annes, was warned by police about her behaviour after officers were called to the flats.
The officers left the premises but were forced to return when they heard her shouting.
Jim Mowbray, prosecuting, said that she resisted police when they tried to quieten her down.
Robinson denied being drunk at the time and denied making racist remarks about Romanians.
She said: “I am well behaved and hold down two jobs and look after my son. I have never been in trouble.
“I live a quiet life and have done so until these neighbours from hell moved in.
“They are Romanians and come and go all hours of the day and night.
“They play their guitars at night and block in other residents’ cars with their vehicles.
“If they are staying I will need to move.”