This is the drug addict who has been hit with an antisocial behaviour order (Asbo) for terror-ising elderly men and using their homes as crack dens.
Hammersmith and Fulham Police released this picture of Stevie Gigg on Monday after she was barred from the Clem Attlee Estate off Lillie Road, Fulham. Gigg, 36, befriended vulnerable men, then demanded money with threats and invited fellow addicts into victim's homes. They littered the men's houses with drug paraphernalia including needles.
Once she shouted abuse at 2am outside a man's home in a sheltered housing scheme for 100 elderly people. She demanded money, causing serious distress to the victim.
Hammersmith Asbo officer PC Mel McLeavery said: "Gigg has a substantial history of harassing the vulnerable. The victims initially enjoyed her company until she started to threaten them for money and events spiralled beyond their control. They found their homes taken over by an aggressive drug addict who is not beyond using any means to feed her habit."
Victims have suffered from anxiety, stress, fear and danger and have had to be re-housed by Hammersmith & Fulham Council.
The order, with no expiry date, bans Gigg from: being on the Clem Attlee Estate; contacting specific people or addresses anywhere within Hammersmith and Fulham; entering St Olaf's Road in Fulham; entering, ringing any doorbell, approaching, speaking to, threatening or intimidating any resident of any sheltered accommodation within Hammersmith and Fulham; or causing harassment, alarm or distress, to any person outside her own her home within England and Wales.
The order was imposed at West London Magistrates' Court last Wednesday.