Mum-of-two who stole £7k for designer vagina is jailed for second time in two weeks for dodging community service

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A WOMAN who scammed a £7000 designer vagina has been jailed for the second time in two weeks.

Stephanie Watson, 28, had been slapped with community service after going on a spending spree with bogus credit cars across Lanarkshire.

Stephanie Watson, 28, was jailed for the second time in two weeks
Stephanie Watson, 28, was jailed for the second time in two weeks

The young woman splashed out thousands to organise an engagement party and £4,620 repairs for her flashy BMW which has a customised registration spelling out ‘B***h’.

She also used credit cards belonging to other people to pay for a vagina operation – with the payments bouncing.

Watson admitted two charges of pretending she was a card owner in a fraud totalling £5,365.50 between April and September 2017 – but escaped jail.

Instead, she was ordered to complete 250 hours of unpaid work.

But the young woman failed to carry it out – today caged for six months by Sheriff Daniel Kelly QC.

RUN IN WITH THE LAW

The six months will run alongside her jail term after she was sentenced to a year behind bars for battering a man and driving while banned.

Watson was spotted by police as trouble flared among a group of people in Motherwell, Lanarkshire.

She drove off in an Audi car but CCTV had recorded her repeatedly punch and spit on her victim.

Police found mother-of-two Watson had been banned from driving and did not have any insurance.

Sheriff Vincent Smith told her: “You appear before me with over 20 convictions which disclose crimes of violence and a frankly cavalier attitude to road traffic regulations.


“There is in my opinion no alternative to a custodial sentence.”

She was also banned from driving for 16 months.

The 28-year-old had been ordered to perform community service but failed to carry it out
The 28-year-old had been ordered to perform community service but failed to carry it out
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Watson had earlier admitted to paying for an operation with bogus credit cards
Watson had earlier admitted to paying for an operation with bogus credit cards
The young woman was previously blasted for her cavalier attitude
The young woman was previously blasted for her cavalier attitude

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