Women’s revenge after Facebook messages

Blackpool Magistrates Court open day pre-pix.
Blackpool Magistrates Court open day pre-pix.
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A WOMAN wanted revenge after a man posted messages on Facebook claiming she was having an affair, a court was told.

Carol Bamber knew that wasn’t the case and when she and two friends walked past the man’s house a stone was thrown breaking a pane of glass.

Bamber, 43, of Lowrey Terrace, South Shore, admitted breaching the terms of a restraining order which forbids her from having any contact with a man on Powell Avenue and going near his place of work.

Blackpool Magistrates heard police were called when the window was smashed.

They arrested Bamber who admitted she had broken the terms of the order when she swore at the man named in the order in the street.

Gary McAnulty, defending, said: “The man had posted messages about my client on Facebook which were not true.

“He said she was having an affair and she wasn’t.”

“That was the reason for the restraining order.”

Bamber was placed on a four week curfew and the order was extended to make sure she does not enter Powell Avenue.