Man ban: Hooker slapped with Asbo over noisy sex sessions

May 3, 2011 | by

A lap dancing hooker made her neighbours’ lives a misery by inviting men back at all hours and keeping them awake with her loud ‘sexual antics’, a court head today.

Man ban: Hooker slapped with ASBO over noisy sex sessions

Kinky Natalie Gentle, 29, paraded around in slinky nurses outfits and infuriated neighbours by having ‘extremely vocal sex’ at her flat in Plymouth, Devon, it is claimed.

Gentle was given an interim Asbo a year ago banning her from having any male visitors to her one bedroom flat after furious neighbours complained to the council.

Today Gentle appeared in court where Plymouth City Council applied for the temporary order to be turned into a permanent one.

Former neighbour Mathew Gulliford told the court he regularly heard Gentle having sex with ‘punters’ who would turn up at all hours of the night.

Father-of-two Mr Gulliford, who has since forced to move out, said: ”My wife told me she noticed a lot of male visitors going into the house and this noticeably increased at the start of 2009.

”The times when I was at home and men turned up usually meant I had to listen to them banging loudly on the door standing outside or flat window shouting and swearing up to her flat.

”I personally saw the same faces appear five or six times a week.

”If she did let them in, we would hear banging and stomping usually followed by arguments or just the sounds of Natalie’s voice screaming at them.

”I also clearly heard her having sex with them. It didn’t matter where I was in the house I could hear her everywhere.

”She once could be heard saying ‘anything you want – you’re paying’ and that was followed by sex noises.”

Eventually in March 2010, after 18 months at the address, Mr Gulliford applied to the council for emergency housing and was re-homed.

He said: ”The main reason for this move was her anti-social behaviour which caused great distress to me and my family.”

Matthew added that he once saw Natalie getting into a taxi wearing a nurses outfit ”like you would buy in Ann Summers.”

Gentle was given the interim Asbo last March after the council received several complaints against her for causing ”’a great deal of harassment, alarm and distress” to people living nearby from early 2009.

It was alleged she had been funding a drug habit through prostitution, pole dancing and lap dancing at her home in Manston Close, Ernesettle, Plymouth.

Dylan Sadler, of Plymouth City Council, yesterday made an application on behalf of the council to make the order permanent.

The court heard needles had been found in Gentle’s garden, although she insists she was ‘clean’ at the time.

Mr Sadler said: ”There has been a great deal of visits by males to the premises where they are entertained by Miss Gentle.”

He added that the interim Asbo had been ”largely very successful” in containing her behaviour and protecting the community from further antics int he last 12 months.

Her lawyer, Bill Lahive, told the hearing: ”There was a vendetta in the street against Natalie and she was ganged up on and once had her door kicked in by a neighbour.

He added that Matthew had listened ‘to scandalous rumours’ about her, and that she felt a ”prisoner” in her own home because of the ”neighbourly battle”.

Pc Daniel Pen-Collings (corr) of Devon and Cornwall police is the beat manager of the area where Gentle lives.

He revealed he once stopped a man running out of Gentle’s flat who said he had met her in a lap dancing club called Teasers and had gone back to hers for sex, which had cost him £60.

Pc Pen Colllings said: ”The interim Asbo has been fantastic. We have had no more complaints about Natalie since it was put in place.”

The hearing is listed for two days.

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