Offensive ‘death video’: accused woman back in court
A Fife woman, accused of posting an offensive video mocking a horrific killing, has been back in the dock.
Last month, Amanda Britt (32) and David Kinloch (34), of Lochgelly, appeared on petition at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
It is alleged that on 22nd March in an address in Dunfermline they conducted themselves in a disorderly manner by uploading to the internet offensive video portraying the killing of Sonya Todd (pictured above) on the tenth anniversary of her death.
Both were released and Britt’s bail address was in Govan.
However, she is now accused of breaching her bail curfew conditions and appeared from custody at the same court.
It is alleged that having been granted bail on 26th March on condition that she lived at an address in Burleigh Street, Govan, each day from 7pm to 7am, she failed to comply and that on 24th April she was found within her home during her hours of curfew.
She denied the offence, a trial date was set for 24th July and Britt was granted bail with the address changed to her home.
The court was told the friend she was living with in Glasgow no longer wanted her there.
Mum-of-one Sonya Todd (21) was killed in Methil in March 2008 after an assault which lasted up to five hours and involved her being hit by a dog lead.