The woman, who is not named to protect the identity of the victims, appeared in court via an AVL link from her new town, which is not identified for her safety.
The 33-year-old was charged with assaulting a former partner with an extension chord and damaging walls and furniture in his home between 8.30am and 2.17pm on February 3.
According to police, the man was bleeding from a cut on the inside of his lip, had a laceration above one of his eyebrows, scratches and bruises on his arms and large red marks on his back and torso that were also bleeding when they arrived on.
He was taken to Orange Hospital for treatment of his injuries.
Police also found extensive damage inside the house but the woman had gone. When they returned at 8.05pm they saw her peering at them through a small hole.
They entered the house through a broken front window and saw that she had a combination of old and new bruises and a black eye.
Magistrate David Day gave her two seven-month Intensive Correction Orders for assault occasioning actual bodily harm and contravening an AVO.
He also gave her a 12-month Community Correction Order for the property damage.
She was also given a 12-month CCO requiring rehabilitation for contravening an AVO on February 11 after she ingested synthetic cannabis and got into an argument with the same man.
She also got another 12-month CCO for intimidating her former partner with a knife on November 24, 2020.
An identical sentence was given for damaging another man's iPhone on November 28, 2020.
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