Linda McAdam chose the wrong time to breach an apprehended violence order and abuse her victim.
She was still yelling at the man at full throttle when police arrived at her then Prune Street unit in Lavington.
They promptly arrested the 55-year-old, who pleaded guilty to three separate sets of charges in Albury Local Court on Tuesday.
McAdam will now be sentenced on January 21 on charges including contravene an apprehended violence order, resist police, stalking, assault and destroy or damage property.
She appeared briefly in court to answer the charges, over which magistrate Tony Murray ordered a pre-sentence report.
The court was told the victim took the order out against McAdam, who now lists her address as an Albury caravan park, in court on September 22.
This covered a range of conditions, including that McAdam not go within 10 metres of the victim.
Police said the victim was phoned by McAdam on September 28 at 6.20pm, but chose not to answer the call.
The victim later received a lengthy text message from McAdam in which the accused talked about an apprehended violence order she had taken against him.
He was walking to his unit a few hours later when McAdam threw a handful of toilet paper at him while yelling “you’re nothing but a scum drug addict”.
Police said McAdam, who they told the court was an unemployed alcoholic, returned to the victim’s property five times and continued to yell abuse and call him derogatory names.
Police attended and immediately saw McAdam yelling abuse.
In a second incident on October 4 about 9.20pm, the victim was sitting in his lounge room watching television when he heard what he believed to be bottles clinking at his front door.
He did not think much of this until he heard McAdam say “I’ll be seeing you real soon”.
He opened the door to find two empty beer bottles, a mobile phone smashed into pieces and a 30 centimetre piece of metal.
McAdam tried to punch one of the officers when they arrested her after she earlier tried to hide in a shed.