Woman is put un­der su­per­vi­son for as­sault

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A Coat­bridge woman whose charges in­cluded as­sault­ing her ex-part­ner with a mobile phone has been placed un­der su­per­vi­sion.

Natalie Steele and the fa­ther of her young daugh­ter broke up on bad terms last year.

The 36-year-old ad­mit­ted to four sep­a­rate charges involving him, dat­ing back to last Au­gust.

Steele, of Pent­land Court, ap­peared from cus­tody.

On Au­gust last year, she scratched her ex-part­ner’s car in Leven Quad­rant.

Her next of­fence took place in March when she be­haved ag­gres­sively at a prop­erty on the same street, bang­ing a door and shout­ing abuse.

Only two months later, she bit her ex-part­ner on the arm and two weeks after that as­saulted him with the phone.

Her de­fence so­lic­i­tor said:“The re­port deals with ev­ery­thing frankly, their re­la­tion­ship didn’t break down am­i­ca­bly.

“It rec­om­mends a rig­or­ous su­per­vi­sion course and she’s more than will­ing to com­ply with that.

“She’s sorry she got her­self in this sit­u­a­tion but it got out of hand.”

Sher­iff Frank Pieri said:“On the charge re­lat­ing to the as­sault with the mobile phone, you’ll be un­der su­per­vi­sion for 15 months and there will be a re­view in three months.

“The three re­main­ing cases are de­ferred for good be­hav­iour un­til Jan­uary 23.”

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