The mother and daughter who reacted with fury at a council planning meeting have defended their actions by saying they were only given 'two minutes' to plead their case.
She and her daughter Cecilia were outraged after Camden councillors voted in favour of building four new three-storey homes near the site of a former Victorian reservoir at a planning meeting earlier this week.
In scenes that made the the infamous Handforth Parish Council viral video look like a teddy bears' picnic, Cecilia was caught on video yelling she hoped the new development would be bombed by terror group Al-Qaeda.
Meanwhile, Marie-Anne screamed out 'You b******s, you will be sacked' after planning permission was granted.
But in an exclusive interview with MailOnline, the mother and daughter have said the video showing their expletive-laden argument was 'edited' and 'misrepresented' by Camden Council.
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Long-serving local residents Marie-Anne Adie and her daughter Cecilia (right) were outraged as planning permission was approved
Cecilia, who had earlier said she hoped the development would be bombed, got to her feet
She grabbed a nearby chair before hurling it onto the table and then to the ground in front
Camden Council's planning meeting had descended into chaos after local residents were filmed yelling expletives and even throwing a chair in response to the plans.
Howls of 'you're turning this town into a sh**hole' and 'you haven't even been there, you don't know how horrible it is', were heard during the tense encounter.
A visibly outraged Cecilia had bellowed 'It looks like a f**** prison when you see it. I hope al-Qaeda bombs the f***** ugly thing.'
As she was urged to leave by an official she put her papers away and picked up a walking crutch.
Face red with fury, she fired off as she departed: 'I hope you sleep well at night known that you have destroyed and you are destroying a beautiful town. How dare you. How f***** dare you'.
Cecilia then picked up a chair and hurled it to the ground before being led away.
Speaking today with MailOnline, mother Marie-Anne said she was only given 'two minutes' to defend her home and claimed councillors wouldn't allow her or her daughter Cecilia to speak.
She said: 'They only gave me two minutes to defend my home of 50 years. I think they doctored the end and they wouldn't allow me and my daughter to speak.
'Let's face it, also, this ridiculous thing that the architect has designed. It's ugly.'
The application would see the new builds, cycle parking and bin storage positioned between a small patch of lush land with two trees between Gondar Gardens and the rear of Hillfield Road in West Hampstead
Pictured: The proposed rear elevation including lightwell
Designs for the buildings that caused the enormous row to kick off at the meeting
Cecilia and Marie-Anne said they are afraid of being made homeless after Camden Council granted planning permission to four new homes in Gondar Gardens.
Cecilia explained: 'They've totally misrepresented the situation. They've edited it.
'I think the property developer, who has got a lot more power and money - they cut out all the bits about the super-rich which I was saying.
'They cut out the bit about me saying about how I was worried about being homeless.
'They've described it yet again as being a plot of land when it's a back garden.
'They've photographed a completely different part to make it look like it