A man was arrested after ignoring a ban on contacting his mother and damaging her window.
Daniel Schofield, 26, was before Kirklees magistrates yesterday in custody accused of assaulting his mother Alison Simpson. He faces trial on December 10.
In the meantime he is banned from contacting Mrs Simpson or going to her home in Oak Tree Road, Fenay Bridge.
Simpson ignored these conditions on November 24 when he went to her home.
Prosecutor Vanessa Schofield said that Mrs Simpson heard her son banging on the door and asking to be let in.
He also damaged a living room window worth £200 after hitting it with a brick.
Simpson, of Roundway in Leeds, pleaded guilty to criminal damage.
Ms Schofield said: “She was scared and shaking so much that an ambulance had to be called.
“This new offence has been committed while he was subject to bail and his mother is a witness in the other proceedings.”
Simpson’s solicitor said that he’d had difficulties with his mother since childhood.
She added that he had been given a lift to the Huddersfield area and made a mistake.
Magistrates agreed to release Schofield on the same bail conditions as previously.