A 40-year-old Solihull woman has been banned from part of the borough after a judge heard evidence of her home being used as a drink and drugs den.
Council officers acted after numerous complaints of anti-social behaviour were made against Jill Owens, of Triumph Walk, Smiths Wood, Solihull.
The complaints from neighbours also concerned Owens' friends and visitors, and related to drinking, drugs and other anti-social criminal activity at the property.
Owens had already been evicted from her house following action from West Midlands Police, Solihull Community Housing (SCH) and Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council.
However, a judge at Birmingham County Court recently issued an anti-social behaviour injunction against Owens which bans her from her former neighbourhood.
The judge also refused Miss Owen's application to suspend the warrant for possession.
Afterwards, SCH's head of estate management Martin Shields said: "Through excellent joint working with partner agencies and the determination of local residents to rid their neighbourhood of this anti social behaviour, we were able to demonstrate to the court that regrettably, this tenant needed to be evicted.
"We will not tolerate anti-social behaviour and anyone acting in this manner can expect tough action to be taken against them."
Owens could be arrested if she enters the neighbourhood or threatens anyone who lives there for five years.