Oh what joy, we have the biggest chavette in the UK living not 20 miles from me,
Meet Kerry McLaughlin ..she's a foul-mouthed violent teenage tearaway ..she's had 111 complaints about her behaviour.. she's the reason we have Asbos
By Jeremy Armstrong
TEENAGE tearaway Kerry McLaughlin - dubbed the real life Vicky Pollard - is being booted out of her home after racking up 111 complaints from neighbours in just 18 months.
The foul-mouthed 19-year-old - nicknamed Vicky after the shell-suited chav from cult TV
show Little Britain - was handed a "super Asbo" by her local council after tying a naked teenager to a lamppost during a series of wild, late night parties at her home.
A court heard how she had made residents' lives a misery with months of motorbike races, screamed obscenities and threats - but warned off anyone who complained, once with a hammer.
Wearing her trademark tracksuit, unemployed McLaughlin hurled wheelie bins at passing motorists and crashed a car into neighbours' vehicles.
Her home in Wallsend, near Newcastle, was so notorious that a van used to arrive selling bootleg booze in the middle of the night.
North Tyneside council, backed by Northumbria Police, requested the Anti Social Behaviour Order at North Tyneside magistrates court.
McLaughlin was also served with an eviction notice because of more than 80 complaints dating back to 2003. She has a hearing at the county court in a month.
One elderly woman was forced to stay at a relative's house to get some sleep. Children as young as 10 drank alcohol at the house and neighbours had cans, bottles and vomit strewn over their lawns.
One of her neighbours, who did not want to be named, said: "She has brought misery to this street for nearly two years and we will all be glad to see the back of her.
"She is like the girl from Little Britain, she wears her hair in a top-knot with a scrunchy and talks like her."
Another added: "She likes to have a drink and that's when things get out of control."
McLaughlin had previous convictions for being drunk and disorderly and assault when she moved in, aged 16, three years ago.
Colin Boxshall, of North Tyneside council, said: "People have the right to live in peace and quiet and we will take whatever action necessary to protect that right."
McLaughlin faces immediate arrest if she plays music, has more than two visitors between 10pm and 7am, drinks or causes a nuisance.
She was unavailable for comment yesterday
(taken from the Mirror newspaper and also in other tabloids today)