The Sexy Neighbour
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Spicer became convinced that one neighbour was plotting to evict her, a court heard. When the hut was taken away from her by the council, she launched a campaign of “revenge” against the neighbour which became so severe that the victim was forced to leave town and even change her job. Ruling, Judge Pearce said that despite being singled out by Spicer as a key figure in lodging complaints to the council, the victim had acted “entirely appropriately in seeking to challenge such anti-social behaviour”.
In earlier interviews, Spicer claimed she had sparked her neighbours’ resentment due to her “glamorous” looks and her Mercedes sports car. She claimed she had carried out modelling work in Spain. Rows escalated after her neighbour accused her of playing loud music on her Mercedes radio near the huts. The court heard that Spicer had shown “little remorse” for the victim and seemed to “be motivated by a wish to punish the claimant and to put pressure on her, and to make her life difficult – even unbearable – because she did the unthinkable and complained about her anti-social behaviour”.London’s High Court heard that her behaviour led to an anti-harassment injunction but that Spicer “continued to harass and intimidate” the former neighbour. A former teacher mounted a campaign of harassment against her neighbour as “revenge” after she was evicted from her beach hut over playing loud music, a court has heard.