A DUNFERMLINE woman put an intimate video of her former partner on social media.

Holli Thornby-Cook, 23, of Lady Campbells Court, later engaged in a campaign of stalking behaviour towards him.

Thornby-Cook appeared in the dock at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.

She admitted that on November 1, 2020 in Methil, she disclosed a video of her former partner in an intimate situation on social media.

Thornby-Cook breached a court order by repeatedly contacting her former partner by telephone, e-mail and social media between December 11, 2020 and February 10, 2021.

She also admitted that between January 9 and February 1 this year, she engaged in an abusive course of conduct towards her ex-partner by repeatedly making unwanted phone calls, leaving voicemail messages, sending messages via an online gaming forum, refused to stop when asked and also contacted his father.

The court was told Thornby-Cook is already on a structured deferred sentence for other offences.

Sheriff Susan Duff deferred sentence until October 26 for a progress report.

During a previous appearance in the same court in February, Thornby-Cook was banned for speeding.

She said she could not remember anything about driving at 102 mph on the A92 between Lochgelly and Cowdenbeath when there was a temporary speed limit of 50mph.