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'World's most hated woman' who left abusive note on ambulance telling paramedics to 'move your van' is kicked out of her house over neighbours' complaints about her 'horrendous' behaviour

The woman who left an abusive note on an ambulance on a 999 call has been kicked out of her home after making her neighbours' lives 'hell'.
Kirsty Sharman branded herself the "most hated woman in the world" after she left the note for paramedics while they were treating her sick neighbour.
The 26-year-old told them in the message: "I couldn't give a s*** if the whole street collasped (sic). Now move your van from outside my house."
Now, she has been thrown out of her property - as her neighbours have described how police were regularly called about her "horrendous" actions.
A court has imposed a closure order on the house in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, following repeated complaints about her bad behaviour.
It means the property will remain boarded up until June 21 - and Sharman will have to find somewhere else to live, the Stoke Sentinel reports.
Staffordshire Police applied for the order after the young woman's 'long-suffering' neighbours were reportedly plagued by noise, disruption and abusive behaviour linked to her Tunstall-based home for more than a year.
They presented District Judge Timothy Boswell with evidence of 'a litany of anti-social and sometimes criminal behaviour' by Sharman.
Granting the order, he told North Staffordshire Justice Centre: "The reported incidents include arguments, swearing, shouting, damage to property and abusive behaviour to others. There is an urgent need to address the behaviour that has been going on for months in and around 14 Parsonage Street."
Sharman made the headlines last month after she left paramedics the shocking note as they treated her sick next-door neighbour, Christine Heath.
She was arrested on February 18 after placing the message on the ambulance. And two days later, she was ordered to pay a fine.
A court heard how paramedics were also verbally abused while parked in a disabled bay outside the young woman's home.
She was already subject to a restraining order banning her from contacting Christine and her husband Brian, after she was convicted of harassment.
Magistrates branded her behaviour as 'despicable' and fined her £120.
Taking Twitter after leaving the note on the van, Sharman wrote:: "Ya'll going on like I hate the NHS ambulance service. Nahhh, I just hate the people in my street... it's that simple."
She also tweeted: "Sat comfortably in my home while the press sit outside trying to catch a pic. #kirstysharman and proud to be me. #noshame."
Brian today welcomed the closure order. He claimed food had been thrown at his door and he had been abused in the street. His wife is now back at home after a spell at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.
The 66-year-old said: "The police must have been up here 150 times in the past 16 months. I have lived here for 46 years and this has taken over my life.
"We have been told before that she would be evicted so I hope this means she will be gone."
Neighbours Dennis and Susan Viggars, who are members of Tunstall North Residents' Association, have also had issues with Sharman's behaviour.
Susan claimed: "Hardly a week has gone by when somebody hasn't called the police regarding her actions. There were cars coming at all hours of the night, noise, arguments, threatening behaviour, and alcohol abuse. One thing this has done is brought everyone else on the street together as a community."
Dennis added: "She has ruined this street.
"It's horrendous what she has done, she's caused us hell."
The court heard the landlord of the privately-rented property had already started eviction proceedings against Sharman.
The defendant left the court before the end of the hearing.
Sergeant Karl Breen, who has been dealing with the case, said: "We have tried civil remedies to try to correct Miss Sharman's behaviour and we have tried to engage some support for her, which she has disengaged from.
"Several residents in Parsonage Street have been complaining about her and, in order to give them some respite from her behaviour, we applied for the closure order. We are then looking to gain a civil injunction that will look to correct her behaviour wherever she is."
Chief Inspector John Owen, of Stoke-on-Trent North Local Policing Team, added: "This is our third house closure in a short period of time.
"It should be a warning to anyone causing issues in their street that we have the powers available to do this.
"Everyone should be able to live in a safe and peaceful environment."
Sharman qualifies for emergency accommodation from Stoke-on-Trent City Council after being kicked out.
Councillor Randy Conteh, cabinet member for housing, said: “Anyone can approach the council for help if they’re homeless or at risk of losing their home and we will advise them of the options available to them.
"For longer-term housing, a test of suitability is applied to every application for accommodation, to assess whether the person qualifies to be placed on the council’s housing register.”

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