Woman admits harassing Dagenham neighbour and her baby son
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A woman shouted racist comments at her neighbour and her two-year-old son after the child upset her by knocking on her door.
Rebecca Victoria Dordoy, 31, said “take your f***ing black son away from my door” and “why don’t you leave with your f***ing son we don’t need you black lady here”.
She then made a malicious call to the NSPCC claiming that her neighbour had assaulted the boy.
Dordoy, of Grafton Road, Dagenham, also admitting throwing eggs at her victim.
Romford magistrates’ court heard on Thursday that the incidents – which took place between March and June last year – had left the victim scared in her own home.
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Johan Rainbird, prosecuting, said: “It caused her a lot of concern because she usually has her son with her and she wants to live a peaceful life.”
Iain Purdie, defending, noted that his client has no previous convictions and said she worked closely with her black case worker.
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Dordoy, who admitted harassment, will be sentenced at Barkingside magistrates’ court on March 24. Head magistrate Clive Wiseman said that she should expect to receive a community order.