Well, she's back in the news:
A teacher has sold her Grade II-listed cottage for just £2 to stop it being seized by a court to settle a £76,000 legal bill racked up in a six-year feud with her neighbour.
She denied having sold the cottage to a firm run by relatives, adding: 'It's ridiculous that all this has happened over 12 poxy roof tiles. People commit suicide over things like this.'Yes, some do. Others, however, bleat to the papers:
Rekha told the M.E.N: “The cottage has been bought by two private companies.
“People came to help me. Benevolent people came to help because of the stories in the papers.
“It has been amazing. I was like wow, people can feel when something is wrong. I could write a book on the benevolence of people.Yes, people can indeed 'feel when something is wrong', Rekha. I'm feeling it now, for example.
But maybe the foreign press will be a bit more gullible?
“I feel the justice system needs to be fairer and accessible to everyone. I want to now put this entire matter behind me and move on. I want to travel to India and try and work on a book that would help educate others who get caught in a similar situation of being scared out of their own homes,” said the maths teacher, who works at Glossopdale Community College in Glossop.I think you might struggle to sell that book, somehow.
The case was adjourned to be heard in the Chancery Division of the High Court.Can it issue a bench warrant if she's still in India 'working on her book'..?