By Steven G. Mehta

PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — A Hampton woman accused of biting a court mediator after a session of marital mediation was court-ordered to undergo anger management therapy and to pay restitution for the victim’s medical bills, reports the Portsmouth Herald.

Elizabeth Loveday, 38, of 27 Perkins Ave., appeared in Portsmouth District Court Tuesday for sentencing on two counts of simple assault and a count of violating a protective order. The charges alleged that following a mediation session in the city’s courthouse, Loveday threatened to kill her estranged mate, then hit and bit the mediator.

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