Tyneside tenant’s rubbish-strewn home where woman, 36, terrorised her neighbours 

A council has evicted a middle-aged tenant ‘from hell’ after she terrorised her neighbours and hosted all-night parties with blaring music.

Stephanie Pringle, 36, racked up a catalogue of complaints from angry neighbours after music started regularly blasting through the usually quiet suburban road in Shiremoor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Those who complained in person were subjected to verbal abuse and threats from visitors to the house and, on one occasion, a police officer was assaulted.

She screamed foul-mouthed abuse at police and the press as she was led away, approaching one cameraman threateningly to say: ‘Wait til I kick the camera out of your f****** hands’.

Stephanie Pringle, 36, was removed from her home after neighbours were terrorised by music regularly blasting through the usually quiet suburban road in Shiremoor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Stephanie Pringle, 36, was removed from her home after neighbours were terrorised by music regularly blasting through the usually quiet suburban road in Shiremoor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Stephanie Pringle, 36, was removed from her home after neighbours were terrorised by music regularly blasting through the usually quiet suburban road in Shiremoor, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Even the emergency services were reportedly verbally abused on one occasion.

On Thursday Ms Pringle, who had been repeatedly warned about her behaviour, was asked to leave the property.

And today photos showing the state of her home, including a collapsed ceiling and rubble strewn over the floor, have emerged. 

When the team went inside, they found a large section of the kitchen ceiling had collapsed and rubble was lying on the floor

When the team went inside, they found a large section of the kitchen ceiling had collapsed and rubble was lying on the floor

When the team went inside, they found a large section of the kitchen ceiling had collapsed and rubble was lying on the floor

The rooms were messy, some with piles of clothes thrown on the ground and one with unwashed dishes and pans lying in the corner

The rooms were messy, some with piles of clothes thrown on the ground and one with unwashed dishes and pans lying in the corner

The rooms were messy, some with piles of clothes thrown on the ground and one with unwashed dishes and pans lying in the corner

Officers from North Tyneside Council and Northumbria Police told her they had a closure order from court and were going to shut down her home.    

When the team went inside, they found a large section of the kitchen ceiling had collapsed and rubble was lying on the floor.

The rooms were messy, some with piles of clothes thrown on the ground and one with unwashed dishes and pans lying in the corner.

On Thursday Ms Pringle, who had been repeatedly warned about her behaviour, was asked to leave the property

On Thursday Ms Pringle, who had been repeatedly warned about her behaviour, was asked to leave the property

On Thursday Ms Pringle, who had been repeatedly warned about her behaviour, was asked to leave the property

Those who complained in person were subjected to verbal abuse and threats from visitors to the house and, on one occasion, a police officer was assaulted

Those who complained in person were subjected to verbal abuse and threats from visitors to the house and, on one occasion, a police officer was assaulted

Those who complained in person were subjected to verbal abuse and threats from visitors to the house and, on one occasion, a police officer was assaulted

Empty bottles of vodka, cans of Carlsberg Export and other alcoholic drinks were strew along the floor

Empty bottles of vodka, cans of Carlsberg Export and other alcoholic drinks were strew along the floor

Empty bottles of vodka, cans of Carlsberg Export and other alcoholic drinks were strew along the floor 

The bins in the back yard were full, and broken glass and debris lay on the floor. The council boarded up the house and the locks were changed.

Richard Mitchell, the council’s community and public spaces protection manager, said: ‘This is the first time North Tyneside Council has ever had to use full closure legislation in response to local people’s concerns about the behaviour of tenants, but due to community protection orders being repeatedly breached we have been left with no other choice.

‘We don’t want to see anyone lose their home and in both cases we tried a partial closure first in an attempt to prevent disturbances from all-night parties, but it’s made no difference.’ 

Northumbria police have been approached for comment. 

The bins in the back yard were full, and broken glass and debris lay on the floor

The bins in the back yard were full, and broken glass and debris lay on the floor

The bins in the back yard were full, and broken glass and debris lay on the floor

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