A woman will go on trial for allegedly exposing her genitals and using threatening words and behaviour toward another female.
Chantelle Kirsty Andrews appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court in Middlesbrough on Friday afternoon and pleaded not guilty to a charge of exposure.
Andrews, of Windsor Street, Hartlepool is alleged to have exposed herself with the intent that someone would see her genitals and subsequently caused alarm or distress.
The offences are both alleged to have been committed against the same female victim in Hartlepool on August 24 last year.
Andrews denied two further charges – common assault and using threatening, abusive or insulting words and behaviour.
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District Judge Helen Cousins told the woman that she would now go on trial, reports TeessideLive.
She said: "In that case, the trial of these matters, when you will have your opportunity to tell your side of the story, will take place 11 June at this court. At 10 o'clock in the morning."
Andrews was handed unconditional bail until that date.
She was pictured leaving Teesside Magistrates' Court with a face mask under her chin.
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