Claire Christey, 45, has been a consistent nuisance to residents and businesses across Northumberland with a run of “relentless” anti-social behaviour.
She intimidated and harassed staff, as well as causing general disorder in the community.
Christey, of North Parade in Whitley Bay, has now been handed a two-year Criminal Behaviour Order which bans her from entering any off-licensed premises in Northumberland.
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Neighbourhood Inspector Neil Hall, of Northumbria Police, said: “Claire Christey has been a drain on police resources for some time now and has regularly caused concerns to local residents.
“Other members of the community should not have to endure this behaviour and these new conditions mean they will no longer have to.
“If Christey breaches these orders in anyway, we will not hesitate to arrest her and put her back in front of the courts.”