Karaoke singer Sarah Gaisford pulled a woman to the floor by her hair in an unprovoked attack – and then assaulted a bar worker who was attempting to chuck her out of the pub.
The 32-year-old had earlier been singing and drinking with the fellow pub-goer in The Barrel, in Tunstall.
But she later lost her cool when a man ended up on the floor of the Tower Square boozer.
Now Gaisford is still waiting to learn her fate after her sentencing hearing was delayed by the coronavirus lockdown.
North Staffordshire Justice Centre heard the incident happened on February 2.
Prosecutor Sue Hayers said: “The defendant turned on the injured party. She grabbed her hair and pulled her to the floor on her knees.
“The woman could hear everybody shouting for the defendant to let go of her. At no point did she antagonise or provoke the defendant.”
The court heard the bar worker then intervened to try to get Gaisford out of the pub.
Miss Hayers added: “The defendant got a tight grip of the bar worker around her throat. The woman could not breathe and was struggling. Other people intervened to try to get the defendant off her.
“The victim felt pain to her throat and was left with a red mark.”
Gaisford, of Castle View Road, Kidsgrove, pleaded guilty to two charges of assault by beating.
Zoe Leese, mitigating, said the defendant suffers from anxiety, mood swings, and an emotionally unstable personality. She has no recollection of the assaults.
Miss Leese said: “It is 10 years since she has troubled the court. She went out and had not consumed alcohol for a significant period of time. She was having a good time. The medication and alcohol resulted in her behaving in the way she did.”
It is not known when Gaisford will be sentenced. She remains on bail.