Shanette Saysell recalled to prison for racial abuse
A MUM who unleashed a tirade of racial abuse against two women with a young child, then dropped her trousers, has been sent back to jail.
Shanette June Saysell, 27, of London Road, Gloucester, took offence when the women turned down her request for a cigarette, Stroud Magistrates' Court heard.
Mary Harley, prosecuting, said Saysell was out of prison on licence when she committed two offences on September 18.
"Two members of the public and their young child were in Calton Road and the defendant asked for a cigarette," said Mrs Harley. "They refused and she walked away, muttering under her breath then turned around and was abusive towards them."
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While swearing heavily, Saysell told them "you don't know who I am but you watch yourself".
She then said "I could do you, I could have you", and then racially abused them, the court heard.
Mrs Harley added: "She pulled her jeans and her underwear down, exposing her bottom. She then said: 'Suck this, you white *****'.
Saysell also damaged a shower unit on November 18 in the room at the home where she is in supported living, said Mrs Harley.
Saysell admitted racially aggravated fear of violence and criminal damage. A charge of exposure was withdrawn by the Crown.
Mrs Harley said Saysell was sentenced to two years in prison on April 4, 2011 for causing actual bodily harm. "These incidents caused her to be recalled," said Mrs Harley. "She is now due for release in April this year."
Lisa Ellis, defending, said Saysell "has had her difficulties with alcohol in the past" and, during the incident where the shower had broken, was upset at problems with her relationship. She said her partner had care of their two children.
Bench chairman Lloyd Parry jailed Saysell for four weeks for racial abuse and three weeks for criminal damage, to be served concurrently with the two-year sentence.
"When you come home we hope you take the opportunity of a clean slate and get on with your life," said Mr Parry.