Corby woman admits making offensive Facebook posts

She's been given a restraining order

Sunday, 1st August 2021, 3:30 pm
Updated Sunday, 1st August 2021, 11:08 pm
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A Corby woman has been banned from contacting a man after posting malicious messages on Facebook.

Northampton Magistrates' Court heard that Linzi Chambers-Moffat, of Cotswold Close, Corby, admitted the offence that took place on April 16 last year.

The defendant, who is 31-years-old, appeared before the court on July 21 to plead guilty to the offence after previously pleading not guilty.

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Magistrates fined her £415 and ordered her to pay costs and fees of £242.

They also made a restraining order banning her from contacting her victim for a year.

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