City mum denies harassing paedophile neighbour.
Raymond Green claims Sheila Morris, aged 43, helped put up posters near his home in Cottage Farm Road, Keresley, which called him a paedophile and said: "Get him out".
Mrs Morris and four of her neighbours signed a legal agreement with Mr Green last October in which both sides promised not to harass each other. Breaking the agreement could lead to a prison sentence.
Now Mrs Morris, of Cottage Farm Road, has received a letter from Mr Green's solicitors accusing her of breaking the agreement. But she denies having anything to do with the posters.
She said: "I'm worried sick that I could end up in prison because of this - and I've got three children to look after. These posters are nothing to do with me."
Mr Green, who is 51 years old, has two convictions for indecently assaulting 14-year-old boys. His first conviction was 33 years ago and the second was in 1995. Probation orders were issued on both occasions.
Mr Green said his legal representatives, Blakemore Solicitors, had advised him not to say anything. His solicitor Michael Baxendale confirmed an action was being taken over an alleged breach of the legal undertaking.
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Jan 16, 2001|
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