A woman who endangered the lives of others when she went on a fire raising spree in her Birmingham flat has ben jailed for life at the City's Crown Court.
In passing sentence on Roslyn Dainty Judge Trevor Faber said because of a personality disorder and her alcoholic dependency she represented a significant risk.
Dainty (22) of Bushwood Road, Selly Oak, had previously admitted a charge of reckless arson.
Judge Faber said police had gone to her council flat following a complaint of rape.
They forced entry after smelling smoke and discovered items had been set on fire.
Dainty was arrested and a fire investigation officer who later attended found between four and seven different seats of fire throughout the flat.
Sarah Clover, prosecuting, said the defendant could give no explanation for her actions other than she was "fed up".
John Deeley, defending, said the woman was immature and that she needed help.