Come Dine With Me star up in court over stalking charge

A SCOTS Come Dine with Me winner accused of stalking appeared in court after responding to a warrant for her arrest.

Lucy Haughey, 43, is said to have insulted Joanne Bell Glasgow‘S queen‘S park between October and November 2022.

The star appeared in court on stalking allegations


The star appeared in court on stalking allegations
Lucy Haughey is said to have abused another woman in Queen's Park


Lucy Haughey is said to have abused another woman in Queen’s ParkPhoto credit: Getty

Court The papers state that Haughey exhibited behavior that caused Miss Bell fear or concern.

It is alleged that Haughey repeatedly posted voice and written messages directed at her on various social media platforms.

The indictment alleges she repeatedly made insulting and insulting comments toward her Family and repeated threats of violence towards her.

Haughey faces a separate charge of threatening or abusive behavior towards her home In the city‘s Cathcart.

Haughey is said to have behaved aggressively, shouting, swearing and making threats and insulting comments police Officers and 101 call handlers.

A final charge alleges that Haughey resisted, obstructed or hindered officers Marc Egan and Michael Hollywood.

It is alleged that she fought against them with her body pressure and pulled on them Flight of stairs.

Haughey failed to appear at a hearing at Glasgow Sheriff Court earlier this month.

A warrant was then issued for her arrest and she was ordered to appear today, which she did.

Haughey was ordered to seek legal representation and the matter continued without objection until October.

The reality star won the hit Channel 4 television series in 2017.

Lucy hit the £1,000 jackpot when she won the popular cooking show.

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Edmuns DeMars

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