The 23-year-old, who hands out leaflets outside Hanley bars, had become friends with Greg Twigg after linking up on Facebook.
But on February 4 Moult saw Mr Twigg catch a taxi with another woman in Hanley.
Sandra Whitehurst, prosecuting, said:“Moult went to the cab, opened the door and head-butted Mr Twigg to the face.”
Moult, of Bonnard Close, Meir Park, told police she was so wound up she saw red.
She appeared in court yesterday after previously pleading guilty to assault.
Mitigation was….well, just as pathetic as usual:
Helen Webster, mitigating, said Moult was at the end of her tether.
She added it was an isolated incident and Moult was of previous good character.
Something disputed in the comments, it has to be said!
District Judge David Taylor fined Moult £65 and ordered her to pay £85 costs.
I see no reason why she shouldn’t make a great test case for the ridiculous new ‘Clare’s Law’ that Bucko draws our attention to, and which is being trialled in another county:
A new law to protect women against domestic violence is set to be tested in Nottingham, the Post understands.
Clare’s Law will give a person the right to ask police whether their partner has a history of domestic abuse.
Despite the fact that only women are mentioned in this article, it’ll have to apply to all sexes or be found wanting. So, how about it, Stephanie? Want to make history?