http://www.thisisnorthscotland.co.uk/displayNode.jsp?nodeId=149664&command=displayContent&sourceNode=149490&contentPK=13897527&folderPk=85696 WOMAN SNAPPED OVER VIDEO LEFT ON PATH Next Story | Previous Story | Back to list JANE CANDLISH 09:00 - 24 January 2006 An Inverness woman snapped after her estranged husband left an embarrassing video cassette "of a personal nature" on a public path near her home. But Jacqueline Bruce, 36, was yesterday let off with a court warning after admitting assaulting husband Stephen and writing off his car with a baseball bat. Bruce butted him in the face outside his home at 40 Walker Crescent, giving him a bloody nose, Inverness Sheriff Court heard. The unemployed mother-of-three damaged the rear windscreen, headlights and tail-lights of the car with the bat and when her husband tried to calm her down, the assault took place. Depute fiscal Karen Stewart said the car would have cost Â£857 to repair but was written off. Bruce, of Kenneth Place, admitted charges of vandalism and assault but was admonished by Sheriff Derek Pyle. Solicitor Marc Dickson told the court that the couple had an acrimonious split five years ago but had continuing difficulties. He said Bruce had taken out an interdict and non-harassment order against her husband after unwarranted messages and correspondence from him. Mr Dickson added that on the day of the incident, June 18, Mr Bruce had left a video of "a personal nature" on a pathway near his wife's home. "He hoped it would be found by children who play in the area or other members of the public and it would have caused extreme embarrassment." Mr Dickson said that Bruce intercepted the video but snapped. He said: "It was the final straw. She cycled round to his house and damaged his car."