Woman appears in court over harassment by moving palm trees
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A woman has appeared in court accused of harassment after allegedly moving a palm tree so it hanged over a neighbour's fence.
Anne Egglestone, of Spinney Close, Thorpe St Andrew, appeared at Norwich Magistrates yesterday to enter a plea of not guilty to three charges.
She is accused of sending a racially aggravated message to Norwich charity Leeway, harassment by breaching a restraining order and breach of a criminal behaviour order.
She is accused of breaking a restraining order by moving palm trees to intrude on her neighbours garden. But the 55-year-old claimed she only moved them back to their original position.
On the same charge she is said to have been loud and abusive, breaking a restraining order imposed by the magistrates on December 5, 2018.
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Ms Egglestone was released on bail and will appear at Norwich Magistrates Court in April.
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