Crime & Courts Unpaid work for Nairn woman who shouted and swore at her brother for playing music too loudly By Reporter April 6 2018, 6.06am Share Unpaid work for Nairn woman who shouted and swore at her brother for playing music too loudly Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/crime-courts/1448568/unpaid-work-for-nairn-woman-who-shouted-and-swore-at-her-brother-for-playing-music-too-loudly/ Copy Link Inverness Castle A 30-year-old Nairn woman who shouted and swore at her brother was ordered to carry out 70 hours of unpaid work. Elaine Beavis of Merryton Crescent, was also placed under social work supervision for 18 months at Inverness Sheriff Court yesterday. Beavis admitted behaving in a threatening or abusive manner towards brother Gary on February 24. She also admitted a breach of bail on the same date by communicating with him. The court heard that Gary Beavis was hoovering and playing music too loud in his flat in the Nairn four-plex. Beavis was in the property below and began shouting abuse at her sibling and threatening him. Defence solicitor Marc Dickson said there had been constant complaints about noise in the building and her brother had refused to turn down the music. “He has since moved so it is unlikely there will be a repetition.” Mr Dickson added.