A PREGNANT Scots vlogger cheered after she avoided jail for assaulting a nurse.

Amanda Britt, 33, pleaded guilty to assaulting, hindering or obstructing Anita Duncan at Queen Elizabeth University Hospital last July.

Britt, of Glasgow’s Govanhill, also admitted punching hospital security guard John Allan last September.

She also acted in a threatening or abusive manner by making remarks towards hospital staff.

However, Sheriff Andrew Cubie said he was “convinced” Britt had done enough to stay out of trouble and admonished her.

Britt, originally from Fife, clapped and shouted “Yes!” as she walked free from the court room.

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Earlier, her lawyer Martin Hughes told Glasgow Sheriff Court that reports carried out on her were positive.

He said: “There are supportive structures in place and she has been given advice.

“She is very focused on her pregnancy although she is very anxious and wants to continue the good behaviour.”

Sheriff Andrew Cubie told the court he was “originally concerned about her behaviour.”

But he told her: “I am convinced by your efforts to stay out of trouble.

"In the circumstances I will admonish you on all matters.”

Britt is said to have gained a cult following on Facebook for a series of rapping videos.

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This year, Britt was jailed for four months at Dunfermline Sheriff Court for an outburst during her partner David Craigie's trial for chasing a neighbour with a knife.

She tried to scupper the trial by deliberately mentioning Craigie's previous conviction for culpable homicide, for beating 21-year-old Sonya Todd to death with a dog lead, while giving evidence.