A PENSIONER has been remanded in custody after allegedly breaching her antisocial behaviour order.
Last April Jean Clough, 77, was found guilty of waging a campaign of harassment against her neighbour.
The Thongsbridge woman was warned at the time that if her unruly behaviour continued she would go to jail.
Yesterday Huddersfield magistrates heard that Clough faces five allegations of a breach of her antisocial behaviour order.
During an earlier hearing Clough denied breaching her ASBO.
But yesterday she was sent back to prison, pending a trial date, for a further 28 days after she failed to provide a second address at which she could live.
The court heard how, on February 24, 25 and 26, Clough is alleged to have breached her antisocial behaviour order.
She also faces two further allegations relating to incidents between December and February.
She appeared in court on February 27 and represented herself, but her application for bail failed.
The case came before magistrates again on March 1 but, again, her application was refused and she was sent to New Hall Prison.
Two trial dates have been fixed for April 20 and April 23 for the cases to be heard.
However, she can only be remanded in custody until April 7 when a further application will be heard.
Last April Clough was handed a five-year antisocial behaviour order after being found guilty of a campaign of harassment which included banging pans against an adjoining wall with neighbour Fiona Riordan.