A CLYDEBANK woman who attacked a social worker has been told to stay out of trouble for another three months after a sheriff was told she is responding well to a community payback order (CPO).

Jade Bradley, 24, of Braes Avenue, Whitecrook, admitted attacking a social worker during the course of her employment on January 9, 2017. The incident happened at a flat in Second Avenue.

Dumbarton Sheriff Court heard previously how Bradley seized a notebook from the social worker, spat on her, seized her by the throat and scratched her on the neck. Bradley then seized her hair and pulled her to the ground.

On August 24, Bradley was put on the CPO, including 12 months of supervision and 120 hours of unpaid work.

Last Friday Bradley appeared for a CPO review where defence lawyer Kenny McGowan said: “This is a genuinely positive report.”

Sheriff John Hamilton called for a further review on January 25, 2019. The sheriff also ordered a CPO progress report and ordained her to appear.