A MOTHER of two ended up a homeless troublemaker after blowing a £250,000 inheritance in a year on drugs.
Lorna Webb spent up to £600 a day on her habit after the windfall from a family member.
Lorna Webb became homeless after spending a £250,000 inheritance in a year on drugs[/caption]
Lorna was spending up to £600 a day at the height of her binge[/caption]
The 51-year-old, who has two daughters, apparently owned two properties before heroin addiction left her sleeping rough and struggling to find money for food.
Now after years of run-ins with the law she has been banned from the street she called home.
Last week Webb admitted theft, criminal damage, being drunk and disorderly and attacking an emergency worker.
Webb also admitted being drunk and disorderly when she appeared at Cambridge Magistrates’ Court.
She was barred from the street for two years and given an 18-month community order by Cambridge magistrates.
She was required to do 28 days of rehabilitation activity.
MOST READ IN UK NEWS
PC Leigh Browne said her aggressive behaviour had “caused alarm and distress for many years”.
Browne said: “Her behaviour is intimidating, disruptive and aggressive and often puts fear into the community.
“The order will protect the community from further harm.”
She has been banned from the street she called home for two years[/caption]
- GOT a story? RING The Sun on 0207 782 4104 or WHATSAPP on 07423720250 or EMAIL email@example.com