Woman damaged a Porsche in city

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A WOMAN must pay out after damaging a car.

Kirmisha Bailey, 24, Crasswell Street, Landport, Portsmouth, admitted criminal damage at Portsmouth Magistrates’ Court.

She damaged a Porsche car belonging to a woman in Portsmouth on June 6.

Bailey must pay £150 compensation and a £150 criminal courts charge and was ordered to be detained in court.

Her detention was deemed served due to the time she had spent in custody.

Her guilty plea was taken into consideration when she was sentenced.