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Ason has been jailed for bullying his mother and step-father in a rare use of a law that prevents controlling and coercive behaviour.

Nicholas Hazell, 27, brought a “horrendous” atmosphere to the family home, after moving back in with his mother and step-father when he lost his job, Durham Crown Court heard.

Prosecutor Nick Adlington said that in his worst outbursts Hazell threw his mother into a chair and repeatedly spat at her, while he held a screwdriver to the throat of his step-father.

Despite this, his stepfather Rev Stephen Ridley, 62, and his mother Judith Ridley, 56, who have been married for 10 years, said they had been “devastated” by the court case and that they will be there to support Hazell on

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