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A woman who left an angry note on an ambulance and described herself as 'the most hated woman in the world' has been evicted from her home for making her neighbours lives 'hell'.
Kirsty Sharman left the note on the windscreen of an ambulance while the crew were in another house attending an emergency.
The note read: "If this van is for anyone but Number 14 then you have no right to be parked here"
"I couldn't give a shit if the whole street collasped [sic]. Now move your van from outside my house."
Now, after repeated claims of antisocial behaviour she has been kicked out of her house in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire.
The court has imposed a closure order and the house has now been boarded up.
It will remain like this until 21 June and Sharman now has to find somewhere else to go.
Staffordshire Police applied for the closure order after more than a year of complaints from Ms Sharman's neighbours about noise, disruption, and abuse.
The police brought a load of evidence to District Judge Timothy Boswell who approved the order.
Boswell told the North Staffordshire Justice Centre: "The reported incidents include arguments, swearing, shouting, damage to property and abusive behaviour to others.
"There is an urgent need to address the behaviour that has been going on for months in and around 14 Parsonage Street."
Sharman was arrested on 18 February after the incident in which the note was left, as the paramedics treated her sick neighbour, Christine Heath.
She was ordered to pay a fine for her actions, which also included verbally abusing the ambulance crew whilst they were parked in the disabled bay outside her house.
At the time of the incident she was already the subject of a restraining order that banned her from contacting Heath and her husband, Brian.
After this, she opened up a Twitter account and began posting messages such as: "Ya'll going on like I hate the NHS ambulance service. Nahhh, I just hate the people in my street... it's that simple."
Speaking to the Stoke Sentinel, Brian Heath claimed that he and his wife had food thrown at the door of their house and that he had been abused in the street.
He said: "The police must have been up here 150 times in the past 16 months. I have lived here for 46 years and this has taken over my life.
"We have been told before that she would be evicted so I hope this means she will be gone."
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