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Carl Harrison, prosecuting for the Department of Work and Pensions, said the total amount fraudulently claimed was pounds 92,847 over a period of six years from February 2001.
He was prosecuted for throwing punches at a woman while another female held her by the hair, Carl Harrison told Cardiff Crown Court.
Prosecutor Carl Harrison told the court Crawshay had been driving along the road when she realised she had forgotten something and decided to use the lay-by at the pub to turn around.
Carl Harrison, defending, said: "His offending has been influenced by his drug addiction and mental state.
Ryan herself had three accounts, one with HSBC and two at the Principality, Carl Harrison, prosecuting, told Cardiff Crown Court.
Carl Harrison, prosecuting, said in 2009 Mr Dewhurst started a relationship with Edwards' friend and the pair had briefly moved in together and she fell pregnant.
Carl Harrison, in mitigation, said Richards had reacted following the driver swerving towards his son the weekend before.
Carl Harrison, defending, said Bevan, who had just become a grandfather, was a long-term drug addict but was trying to conquer his addiction and had replaced it with alcohol.
Throughout this time, he drove com-pany cars including a Mercedes and Range Rover and supported polo events while running up debts with sub contractors and suppliers, prosecutor Carl Harrison told the court.
Carl Harrison, defending, said Carnell had no previous convictions, and that his actions could be viewed as "immature".
Prosecutor Carl Harrison said: "She said she had no income and lived alone.
Carl Harrison, prosecuting, said members of their family made statements saying they had been a couple for 20 years and he was the father of her children.
Prosecutor Carl Harrison said: "The majority of the people who borrowed from him were women in financial difficulty.
He charged his tenant pounds 65 initially, later increasing the rent to pounds 75, said prosecutor Carl Harrison.
Prosecutor Carl Harrison said: "Dawson was employed in the accident and emergency department at the Royal Gwent Hospital in Newport.