A WOMAN faces claims of sharing an indecent picture of another lady and harassing people over the phone.

Natasha Reilly, 28, denies seven charges including threatening communications and wasting police time.

Court papers allege Ms Reilly intentionally caused three women to look at an indecent image of another woman which included her breasts and genital area on September 9, 2020 at her address in Highthorne Crescent, West Kilbride.

It’s alleged she sent messages to one woman which were grossly offensive, indecent, obscene or menacing between September 1 and December 21 2020.

The charge alleges she repeatedly contacted her, leaving voicemails of a menacing nature.

The complaint states the charge is aggravated by involving abuse of a partner or ex partner.

It alleged she sent messages that were grossly indecent or menacing to a two other women and caused anxiety by calls to a fourth woman.

Ms Reilly faces a further two charges of wasting police time after allegedly claiming she had received 100 phone calls – and making claims of breaches of covid regulations. Ms Reilly pleaded not guilty and the case was continued.