Nuisance Plymouth neighbour grandma banned from Flora Close home
A NUISANCE neighbour whose antics terrified her community has been banned from her home for good.
After months of legal wrangling, grandmother Debbie Hill has been formally evicted from her city centre flat.
The grandmother, a former heroin addict, was temporarily thrown out of the property in October last year.
But yesterday 52-year-old Hill was served with an eviction order granted in the County Court.
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PC Dave Godfrey said: "This is brilliant news for the residents of Flora Close. They are over the moon.
"Some of them gave anonymous statements and without them we wouldn't have got this result today."
Neighbours complaining of noisy, violent visitors and Hill's threatening and abusive behaviour.
One person said as many as 50 or 60 people would visit the ground-floor flat in a day.
Hill now claims to be 'sofa surfing' and in financial dire straits.
She will be escorted back to the Stonehouse property to collect the rest of her belongings before being banned for good.
At an earlier court hearing which came after Hill was banned from the flat, a statement from a neighbour said: "The trouble has completely stopped.
"There has been no violence, no arguments.
"There is no fear of going out and I can let the children play outside.
"It is lovely."