A years-long dispute between female neighbours in Barrack Heights reached boiling point when one began talking loudly about her sex life, a court has heard.
Court documents reveal the relationship between Alecia De Lorenzo and Ann Jones has been hostile since the two became neighbours seven years ago, resulting in De Lorenzo being charged on multiple occasions with intimidating Ms Jones and damaging her property.
Ms Jones told police she was inside her property with her son on the evening of March 7 when she heard De Lorenzo speaking loudly outside.
She confronted De Lorenzo over the back fence, saying "I can hear everything you're saying, I don't want to hear about your sex life, just shut up, we don't need to hear it".
An "irate" De Lorenzo yelled back at Ms Jones that she could "go inside and close your door" if she didn't like it.
However, still angry, De Lorenzo stormed through her house and around to the front of Ms Jones' property, banging on the door while yelling out threats.
De Lorenzo then smashed a front window and climbed inside the house where she confronted Ms Jones' son Blake, saying "I'm going to cut your throat".
Fearing for the safety of himself and his mother, Blake picked up a coffee cup and swung it at De Lorenzo, hitting her in the head and causing her to fall to the ground and injure her leg.
Police arrived a short time later and discovered De Lorenzo laying in the carpet of Ms Jones' house, surrounded by broken glass and pools of her own blood.
Police attempted to speak with De Lorenzo however she yelled at them and repeatedly swore.
"I don't give a f--k...don't f--king come near me c--t, I can't f--king walk," she bellowed.
"This c--t caused this, she deserves everything she got.
"If I could have moved, I f--king would have, I would've f--king slit that c--t's throat too."
Paramedics eventually managed to sedate De Lorenzo with the help of police and she was taken to hospital where she was diagnosed with fractures to her skull and leg.
During an interview with detectives two weeks later upon her release from hospital, De Lorenzo agreed she'd gone over to Ms Jones' house "to have a fight".
She also agreed that Blake had acted to protect himself and his mother but claimed "Ann instigated it by yelling abuse over the fence".
De Lorenzo was charged with aggravated break and enter, to which she pleaded guilty.
She will face Wollongong District Court later this month for a sentencing date to be set.