A stripper who appeared on a TV show about lapdancing clubs has been handed unpaid work after she bit a woman in McDonald’s.
Kirsty Brown, 23, appeared at Aberdeen Sheriff Court for sentencing after admitting assaulting a woman at the fast food restaurant on Union Street in Aberdeen on September 11 last year.
Brown, who appeared on the Channel 4 documentary Strippers, bit the woman’s face, pulled her hair and grabbed her throat.
Brown also lunged at a police officer after she had been arrested. She also admitted breaching a curfew. Brown was handed extra hours of unpaid work on top of an existing community payback order.
Fiscal depute Jamie Dunbar said the incident happened at 2am and the woman and Brown, who were previously unknown to each other, were in McDonald’s when they began a conversation.
He said: “There was an argument between the two, at that stage the accused bit the complainer to the left side of her face.”
Mr Dunbar added Brown went on to pull the woman’s hair and grab her neck.
When police became involved and Brown was arrested she tried to use her mobile phone.
When told she could not, she lunged towards the police officer.
Defence agent Paul Barnett said his client had complied with the community order she was already on.
He said Brown’s recollection of events in relation to the assault were “hazy” as she had been under the influence of alcohol.
He added that she was “remorseful” for her involvement in the offence.
Sheriff Margaret Hodge handed Brown, whose address was given in court papers as 35 Jasmine Terrace, Aberdeen, an extra 25 hours of unpaid work for the assault.
She was admonished on the other two charges.