EASTENDERS hell raiser Jessie Wallace has declared war against eco group The Tyre Extinguishers after they deflated the wheels on her posh Range Rover Evoque.
The loudmouth actress, who was nicked last month for being drunk and disorderly, revealed she had been targeted by the group earlier this week.
Jessie, 50, has now called for them face time behind bars.
Letting rip on social media, Jessie, who plays Kat Slater in the hit BBC soap, raged: “These a***holes should be locked up for the chaos they are causing.”
A long note was left on her £60,000 motor by the campaign group telling her “not to be angry” at their actions.
It accused Jessie of “not caring” about the climate or her neighbours before encouraging her to take a bus to work and to the shops.
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The letter read: “You will have no difficulty getting around without your gas guzzler, with walking, cycling or public transport.”
In June The Sun told how Jessie kicked a policeman in the groin and branded him a “fat c” during a drunken nightclub arrest.
Jessie had been on a night out in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk following a trip to see 90s band Madness before going into meltdown.
She was led away in handcuffs before later being released from custody after accepting a conditional caution for assaulting a police officer and drunk and disorderly behaviour.
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An onlooker said: "It was truly shocking behaviour.
"She was out of control. It was worse than anything Kat Slater has done.”
Despite her foul-mouthed antics, BBC decided to stand by the star who has been plagued with personal woes ever since making her debut in Albert Square in 2000.
A BBC spokesperson has since said: “Senior bosses have spoken to Jessie Wallace about the incident and issued a clear warning that this kind of behaviour is unacceptable and Jessie has expressed her deep regret.”
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