A MOTHER-OF-TWO who pulled another woman's hair and hurled racial insults has been warned she faces a prison sentence.

Stacey Haughey, 29, turned up drunk at the woman's house after claiming that her son had been bullied by the complainant's son.

Prosecutor Alisha Kaye told Bradford Crown Court today that an argument took place on the complainant's doorstep, and Haughey grabbed her hair, pulling a handful of hair out.

She continued to pull the woman's hair and racially abused her and her 14-year-old son.

The complainant punched Haughey to get her off.

Haughey, of Beech Tree Close, Keighley, pleaded guilty to racially aggravated assault causing actual bodily harm, and racially aggravated disorderly conduct.

Her solicitor advocate, Arshad Mahmood, said she was a single parent of two young children.

But Judge Jonathan Rose said Haughey's language was not tolerable or acceptable. She had gone to somebody's house when she was drunk and in a fighting mood.

He told her: "I take a very, very serious view of this. This was entirely avoidable caused by you being drunk. It was a terrible piece of violence to a woman."

Judge Rose adjourned sentencing until Friday for police to find out the consequences of the assault on the victim. He remanded the defendant in custody.