Woman faces trial over noisy sex sessions
A woman is facing trial today accused of breaching an Asbo which bans her from having noisy sex sessions.
Caroline Cartwright, 49, was given the anti-social behaviour order after neighbours complained about her loud romps with husband Steve.
Cartwright, of Hall Road, Washington, Tyne and Wear, will be tried at Newcastle Crown Court.
She is accused of breaching the order on March 14 and 15 this year by having loud sex and playing music.
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