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Bully, Adam Woodhouse, dragged ex-girlfriend down Watford High Street
A bully who turned up in the Watford street where his ex-partner lived and dragged her down the road, breached a non molestation order.
The woman had obtained the order because she didn't want anything to do with Adam Woodhouse, who she had been in a relationship with.
But on June 27 this year Woodhouse, 24, began bombarding her with phone calls.
Two hours later, St Albans Crown Court heard, he arrived in Lower High street, Watford, where she lived and dragged her out into the street and threatened to kill her.
Anne Evans prosecuting said Woodhouse dragged her along Water Lane, even threatening that he would drown her.
By now the woman was in tears and witnesses called the police and he was arrested.
Miss Evans said the woman had obtained the order at Watford County Court in an effort to stop him threatening her, intimidating her or harassing her.
In fact, Woodhouse of Horsecroft Road, Edgware, was not meant to go anywhere near her under the terms of the order.
Woodhouse entered his pleas of guilty to three charges of breaching the non molestation order and assault by beating via a video link up from the prison where he is currently serving a 12 week sentence for assaulting his ex.
On Friday he was given an 18-month community order and will attend a course aimed at helping him to form better relationships.
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