AN ALLOA woman attacked her aunt then vandalised her car with bricks and a knife.

Kayleigh Allan, of Argyll Street, appeared from custody at Alloa Sheriff Court on Thursday, April 29.

She admitted that on April 27 at her home address she assaulted the complainer by pushing her on the body causing her to fall on the ground.

The 25-year-old also admitted damaging property by throwing bricks at a motor vehicle belonging to the complainer and struck the tyres with a knife.

She further admitted that she was in unlawful possession of a knife and that she breached bail on March 2 by contacting her partner, having been ordered not to do so.

Fiscal depute Sarah Smith said the background was a dispute over whether money which had been loaned had been paid back.

Defence solicitor Robert Smith said his client had been confronted by the complainer who came to her door.

He told the court: "Her aunt had come to her door making threats and called her a paedo before producing a screwdriver and making more threats.

"My client accepts she lost her temper and threw her to the ground."

Sheriff Craig Harris called for reports and Allan was remanded in custody until sentencing on May 20.