The younger sister of teenager Shafilea Ahmed has denied that she made silent phone calls to intimidate a potential witness at the trial of her parents.
Under cross examination, Mevish Ahmed said the phone calls, which were made to a friend last week, were all a joke.
The body of 17-year-old Shafilea was found on a riverbank near Kendal in 2004. Her parents - Iftikhar and Farzana Ahmed - both deny her murder.
Below is a full video report from Elaine Wilcox at Chester Crown Court
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