A SINGLE mother given an Asbo after elderly neighbours saw her having sex in a car and on a children’s slide is being evicted.
Angela Ramsden, 43, of Dewsbury, has been told she has 28 days to leave her house.
The decision was made by a judge at Bradford County Court who was told she had terrorised people in her area for five years.
Ramsden, of Groves Hall Road, Dewsbury Moor, was given an interim Aabo in December, 2005, after having sex in a car while it was under a street lamp.
Pensioner David Addersley and wife Barbara were so shocked by the romp that they left their house for the night to stay with relatives 60 miles away.
Mr Addersley also told of the time how he saw mum-of-two Ramsden having sex in her garden.
He said: “She’d been having a barbecue and beer cans had been coming over our fence that day.
“Later I looked out of the bedroom window and she was lying on the children's slide with a bloke on top of her, in full view of everyone.’’
Mr Addersley, who is in his 60s, added: “If she wants to fornicate in public that is up to her. But I don't want to see it.’’
Mrs Addersley said life had been hell since Ramsden had moved into the street.
She added: “There have been many drunken parties and I guess the slide must have been the only place she hadn't had sex yet.’’
Ramsden received a full Asbo in May last year for a string of offences, including throwing bricks and iron bars at nearby properties, swearing at neighbours, having violent arguments with visitors and overturning plantpots.
The order prevented her from being involved in behaviour likely to cause distress or using violence, threatening or insulting language or encouraging anyone else to do so anywhere in West Yorkshire.
But Ramsden found herself in court again last month for breaking the Asbo after swearing at neighbours.
At that time JPs in Dewsbury sentenced her to a two-year supervision order and told her she would face jail if she didn't complete a mental health programme.
One neighbour said: “We have really had a rough ride over the last five years. It's been almost non-stop.
"We have been threatened time after time. It’s not just her; her family are also involved.’’
Another neighbour said: “She has parties in the garden and throws food and beer cans everywhere. She dumps rubbish; she doesn't control her children.
“Neighbour from hell is the polite way of putting it. I’m just sorry someone else will have to put up with her.’’
A spokesman for the housing association which owns Ramsden’s home said it had done everything it could to help improve her behaviour.
He added: “She is in breach of an Asbo and has left us with no option other than to go down this route to protect the enjoyment of other people living in the area.’’
But Ramsden said she had been the victim of a campaign to force her out because she lives in housing association accommodation rather than owning her own home.
She added: “I have been victimised ever since I moved here.
“It has come to the point when I can't take any more.’’