The court heard that the woman who was the victim of the calls had complained that the 16-year-old had damaged her property.
The 16-year-old girl said when she started making the calls she thought it was just a laugh and a joke but realised how serious it had become when she got arrested and was interviewed by police. She said it was a stupid mistake.
The court also heard that it's the second time the 16 year old girl had committed an offence like this.
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