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Man evicted from Mansfield flat over Cheryl Cole songs

Cheryl Cole
Mr Bramwell would play Cheryl Cole songs into the early hours

A fan of Girls Aloud and X-Factor star Cheryl Cole is to be evicted from his Nottinghamshire flat for playing her music loudly through the night.

Mansfield County Court heard Martin Bramwell, 22, played music in his first floor council flat in Ladybrook Lane until 0400 and also slammed doors.

At Wednesday's hearing, the court was told one neighbour had gone to stay with friends to escape the noise.

Bramwell has been ordered to leave the flat before 4 March.

The court heard Bramwell continued to cause problems despite repeated warnings and having an injunction imposed on him in October 2009.

Mansfield District Council installed noise monitoring machines and played these recordings to the court.

Councillor Danny McCrossan, Portfolio Holder for Public Protection at Mansfield District Council, commented: "Justice has been done. No-one should have to face this type of anti-social behaviour."



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