Abusive Lee Court has been fined for breaching a court order that banned him from contacting his ex-partner – the day after it was imposed. The 36-year-old sent an abusive email to his ex because he believed she had posted something about him on Facebook that he did not like. Magistrates at North Staffordshire Justice Centre heard a non-molestation order was made by Stoke-on-Trent Family Court on September 20 prohibiting Court from contacting the victim, following the break-down of their four-year relationship. Prosecutor Emma Thompson said: “On September 21 the injured party received an email from the defendant. It was clearly an unpleasant email.” Court, of William Avenue, Biddulph, pleaded guilty to breaching a non-molestation order. Simon Dykes, mitigating, said: “He accepts he shouldn’t have sent the email and that it as foolish to do so. Read More Latest cases from the courts in Stoke-on-Trent “It was a very emotional time. He was upset and frustrated. “He accepts the relationship is over and he does not want to see this young lady anymore.” Magistrates fined Court £120 and ordered him to pay £185 court costs and a £30 victim surcharge.