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Russian woman nicknamed ‘Al Capone’ over ‘reign of terror’ on neighbours cleared of assaulting cop


A Russian woman nicknamed ‘Al Capone’ for terrorising neighbours on the south coast has been cleared of assaulting an off-duty special police constable in a pub.

Olga Woolnough, 47, became known as a ‘neighbour from hell’ when she lived in Worthing after she threatened locals, held all-night parties and staggered around constantly drunk. She also painted her seafront home neon pink.

Ms Woolnough, who also goes by Alexandra and claims to have links to Russian royalty, was given an ASBO in 2015 – banning her from being drunk or having any alcohol in public.

She appeared at City of London Magistrates Court after being accused of assaulting special constable Adrian Bodenham at the Garrick Arms Pub on Charing Cross Road, central London.

Olga Woolnough, 47, became known as the 'neighbour from hell' when she lived in Worthing after threatening locals, holding all-night parties and staggering around drunk

Olga Woolnough, 47, became known as the ‘neighbour from hell’ when she lived in Worthing after threatening locals, holding all-night parties and staggering around drunk 

Nathan Paine Davey, prosecuting, said the officer was off-duty when the…



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