Danielle Fisher, pictured right, outside Kirklees Magistrates’ Court today, was ordered to stop all contact with her ex-partner Gavin Brammah
A 32-year-old mother-of-three has been banned from contacting the father of her children by a court after she was convicted of harassing the man after their relationship broke down.
Danielle Fisher had sent her ex-partner Gavin Brammah and his new girlfriend a gay sex video as part of her campaign of harassment.
Fisher, who is the daughter of former Huddersfield Town chairman Terry Fisher, claimed the video featured Mr Brammah and another man.
Kirklees Magistrates’ Court heard one of the stars on the video resembled Mr Brammah.
Magistrates condemned Fisher’s actions, who pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to harassment.
She received a 12-month community and was ordered to pay £285 in prosecution costs and victim surcharge.
Magistrates also ordered her to complete 25 days of rehabilitation activities.
Speaking outside the court to the Huddersfield Examiner, Fisher claimed: ‘I don’t really think this should have come to court. I’ve come out with the punishment when really I’ve been punished receiving the video and finding out that somebody I loved is cheating on me.
‘I don’t think it will ever really be over. I’ve got to live with the fact that he cheated on me and I’ve ended up in trouble.
‘The most upsetting thing for me is my mum doesn’t speak to me but speaks to him.
‘But I’m glad it’s over and I can move on with my life now.’
Fisher claimed that his sexual orientation was one of the reasons they split up. Counsel for Mr Brammah denied this claim in court.
Her behaviour, including making an oral sex gesture towards the victim from her car, left Mr Brammah feeling extremely distressed.
At an earlier hearing, Fisher’s solicitor told Kirklees Magistrates’ Court that she was hurt after Brammah, the father of her three children, cheated on her and their eight year relationship collapsed.
Fisher pleaded guilty to harassment and persistently making use of a public electronic communications network to cause annoyance, inconvenience or anxiety.
The couple broke up 18 months prior to the offences and during the course of their relationship a number of incidents were reported to police on both sides.
Gavin Brammah (left) was left extremely distressed by the threats Fisher (right) sent
Fisher, pictured today outside Kirklees Magistrates’ Court, right, received a 12-month supervision order
Then on April 15 at 9pm Mr Brammah received an email from Fisher which had a sexually explicit video featuring two men attached.
In the emails Fisher, of Crosland Moor, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, went from talking about money owed to her and childcare issues to her ex’s sexual orientation and alleging that this played a part in their break-up.
Jessica Lister, prosecuting, said: ‘This is denied by Mr Brammah. The resulting emails from the defendant were threatening to release the email to his friends and family if he didn’t tell them the truth about the relationship.
‘The defendant sent this knowing the impact it might have, not just on Mr Brammah but also his relationship and his family.
‘The video was sent to his new partner and circulated to a small group of people. The defendant admitted she’d shown it to her father.’
The Huddersfield court was told that one of the men in the video had some resemblance to the victim.
Fisher, pictured, claimed the case should never have been brought to court
Kirklees Magistrates’ Court (pictured) sentenced Fisher to a 12-month community and was ordered to pay £285 in prosecution costs and victim surcharge. Magistrates also ordered her to complete 25 days of rehabilitation activities
Fisher, pictured outside court today with a friend, had previously been convicted of selling counterfeit goods including brands such as Hugo Boss at her store in Lindley
Although he had no tattoos while Mr Brammah does, it would have caused him some distress having to explain that to loved ones, Miss Lister said.
Mr Brammah’s new partner received the video via her work email address, causing her issues as her emails are now being monitored due to the explicit content.
In 2013 Fisher received a suspended jail term at Leeds Crown Court after selling counterfeit brands including Hugo Boss, Juicy Couture and Louis Vuitton at her fashion store Plan B in Lindley.
Brammah also received a suspended jail term for selling fake goods and in July 2016 was jailed for 18 months for VAT fraud.
He submitted false claims for £50,000 while director of Brammah Group Ltd, a clothing wholesale company which Fisher was secretary of.
Fisher, 32, is daughter of former Huddersfield Town chairman Terry Fisher. The Huddersfield Town Kirklees Stadium is pictured here
Marnat Ali, mitigating, explained that she was the victim of domestic violence within their relationship and Brammah was previously jailed for an assault on her.
Her father, Terry Fisher, pictured, is the former chairman of Huddersfield Town
He said: ‘The video was made available to her by another person and disclosed that the complainant while in the relationship had been unfaithful.
‘Whether he’d been unfaithful with a male or female was of no relevance.
‘My client was upset that she was counting on a relationship where she bore three children with this man.
‘There was no resolution to financial matters, childcare and a property owned by the complainant which my client paid £20,000 into and is entitled to a proportion of this asset.
‘My client accepts that her decision to include the video was wrong but from the outset there was an attempt to resolve matters in an adult way.
‘Emotions then got the better of her about the violence and infidelity and she made poor decisions.’