An Aberdeen woman who had a stroke and contracted coronavirus while behind bars has appeared in court again after being released in March.
Jodie Gray, of Foresterhill Road, wasn’t allowed to enter Aberdeen city centre while under the influence of alcohol or drugs due to an Antisocial Behaviour Order (Asbo).
But the 41-year-old breached the order on Sunday when she was found unconscious by police on Castle Street and taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary.
Fiscal depute, Christy Ward today told Aberdeen Sheriff Court that when Gray was examined at hospital, doctors confirmed she was under the influence.
After this, she became “extremely violent” and started “shouting verbal abuse” at one police officer.
The court heard that Gray then spat on the officer’s face, tried to bite her body and attempted to “butt her on the head”.
Defence agent, Iain McGregor, said his client was still feeling the consequences of coronavirus and was still receiving limited treatment for the stroke she suffered.
Mr McGregor added: “Since her release she has not been using controlled drugs but has been using alcohol.
“She remembers little of anything of the events that occurred.”
Sheriff Margaret Hodge deferred sentencing until August to obtain reports.