A woman banned from entering an estate in Leyland has been sent to prison for breaking the court order a fifth time.
Deborah Whittle, 46, of no fixed abode, was sentenced to 196 days in prison after continuing to enter the Broadfield estate.
She was banned after residents repeatedly reported drunken and threatening behaviour.
Sentencing her, District Judge Michael Anson said: “You are a drain on the residents of Broadfield and on the resources of the housing association, and the court is exhausted by your activities.”
Gary Melia, operations director for Progress Housing Group, said: “Anti-social behaviour can have a real impact on people’s quality of life. Deborah Whittle has been given numerous chances to curb her behaviour but has failed to comply.”