Her daughter Rebecca, who attended London’s Guildhall University, pleaded guilty to racially-aggravated threatening behaviour on June 30 and harassing the doctor between June 26 and August 23.
She was placed on probation for twelve months and must complete 100 hours community service work. She was also fined £200, with £85 costs, with an £85 victim surcharge.
District Judge Barbara Barnes said: “This arises from a bitter neighbour dispute about plants and branches hanging over a fence and the dispute got out of hand last summer.
“The complainant was not a credible or convincing witness, unclear, rambling and confused. He was vague and at times obstructive and has exaggerated and embellished aspects of his evidence.
“I don’t find his account of being scared for his life or that these ladies came at him with bricks as plausible.”
Regarding Rosa she added: “I did not find her compelling either.”
The court cleared Spanish-born Rosa of harassment.