A WOMAN who was spared jail for pouring bleach over her husband has again appeared at court after breaching a restraining order and smashing a glass cabinet.

Hannah Baud was spared jail a second time last week after admitting twice breaching the order and one count of causing criminal damage.

In July 2018 the 46-year-old of Merrivales Lane, Bloxham, was handed a 15-month jail sentence, suspended for two years, for assault occasioning actual bodily harm against her then partner.

Baud, who had been out in London and had downed two bottles of Prosecco became enraged after a row and ‘chased’ her partner in a bid to spray him with a ‘bleach solution’.

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Later, Baud – a mother-of-five – poured toilet bleach over her victim, causing him to suffer burns on his chest and arms.

She appeared again at Oxford Crown Court on Thursday to be sentenced for breaching her restraining order and causing criminal damage.

Outlining the case prosecutor Kellie Enever said the first breach of her restraining order took place on October 30 last year.

Baud called her victim and told him she was 'drunk and driving around and wanted to kill herself.'

He spoke with her for a while in a bid to calm her down and was concerned she would commit suicide if he didn't.

The following night Baud breached her order again by going to the man's home where she was described as 'upset' and 'shouting.'

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Baud was told to leave and she said if the police were called she would kill herself, before she began pointing at various items claiming they belonged to her.

She also struck the glass pane of a cabinet which smashed from the impact.

Police attended and she was arrested before going on to admit the three counts she faced.

In mitigation at her sentencing hearing Francis Howard, defending, said that his client had committed the offences due to her 'abuse of alcohol.'

He said: "She deeply regrets that behaviour in the cold light of sober day."

He added that Baud was a 'difficult woman to admire' with a 'heightened sense of her own rights' and found life difficult.

He went on: "She apologises, her behaviour was wrong, totally misconceived, predicated on alcohol."

Sentencing, Judge Ian Pringle QC ordered a nine-month jail term, suspended for two years.

Baud must also pay a fine totalling £600 for all three offences as well as a statutory victim surcharge.

Judge Pringle told her: "If you get into any further trouble you will be sent to prison.

"You must behave yourself and take responsibility for your own behaviour."