Sandrine Lester, 48, admitted ignoring the criminal behaviour order handed down on January 9.
Just six days later, she played loud music, shouted, sang and “wailed” outside her first floor flat window of her half a million pound flat.
She also banged on her neighbour Jeremy Edwards’ door several times shouting “fu*k off fu*k off fu*k off” on 15 March.
He recorded the nightmarish sounds coming from Ms Lester’s windows.
Wimbledon Magistrates Court heard how she would play loud music, sometimes playing it for an hour and a half, and loudly sing her made up songs.
While mostly incoherent, some lyrics included: “Everybody give a round of applause. Everybody shout. Woo!”
Prosecutor Laura Strachan-Taylor said: “There were nine breaches and convictions after being given a criminal behaviour order.
“This is the highest end of convictions. Yes, the culpability is not serious, but it’s persistent.
“Ms Lester poses a continued risk of anti-social behaviour.”
Neighbour Mr Edwards, in a victim impact statement, said he, his wife and daughter have lost sleep.
He said: “Even when she doesn’t make any noise, we’re constantly on edge in case she starts again.
“We can’t relax. This breach in behaviour not only impacts sleep but also work and study.”
The prosecutor recommended a minimum of two years imprisonment.
Gerard Kinch, mitigating for Ms Lester, said: “I accept yes this was annoying but I do not see this so bad that it warrants a custodial sentence.
“I don’t set out to minimise the behaviour but I would not say it was the worst behaviour of its kind.
“Ms Lester has a problem with alcohol. Fearing the prospect of losing her flat prompted her to consume too much alcohol.”
The court heard the 48-year-old describe herself as self-employed, she was also given an allowance of £1000 by her father who lives in France.
On 24 July, Lester moved to a terraced house in Hersham, Surrey, finally leaving her Kew neighbours in peace.
She has since completed an alcohol treatment requirement attached to a previous court order.
Magistrate Timothy Harrison said: “These are persistent and wilful breaches of court orders.
“On 9 January, you were given a order by this court. And yet on the 15 January you were again creating a disturbance.
“The order would have been very fresh and you would have been warned.
“For each of the breaches, this does pass the custody threshold.”
Lester was handed a six months prison sentence, suspended for 12 months. She was also ordered to pay £300 in court costs and a surcharge of £122 to be paid in instalments of £100 a month.
Mr Harrison added: “Let me be clear. If you create a disturbance and are brought back to court, the prison sentence will be activated and you will go inside.”
Lester, wearing a black and white printed top and a mid-length mini skirt, yelled “But I am not a violent person!” as she received her sentence.