Robbie Williams has reportedly been annoying his next-door neighbour, the Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page, by blasting out music by Page's rock rivals Black Sabbath and Deep Purple as a row over Williams' plan to renovate his basement deepens.
The Take That singer won a five-year battle when he was granted conditional approval last year to build a basement swimming pool at his London home.
Williams was granted conditional approval for the work in December past year but Page fears the excavation work will damage his heritage-listed 1875 mansion.
The biter feud between Robbie Williams and his neighbour Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page continues. Williams, 44, was granted conditional approval a year ago to start the construction work.
It is not publicly known who wrote the complaint, which is signed "Johnny".
The letter also claims Williams has dressed up to imitate Led Zeppelin frontman Robert Plant by wearing a long wig and stuffing a pillow under his shirt in an attempt to mock Plant's belly.
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Still, their biffo is in the public domain because "Anonymous" formally complained to Kensington and Chelsea Council about 44-year-old Williams' rudeness, posting a letter on the council's planning portal.
Page's PR guy, Mark Borkowski, is apparently planning to arrange a meet-up, hopefully a casual winter backyard barbie, for the airing of grievances.
The letter also stated that the loud music "upsets" Page.
Although the pop star was given permission to have the pool built, he can't begin until the council receives assurances about ground movement and vibration levels, with a further meeting set to discuss asking Williams for a bond which could be forfeited if any damage occurs to Page's property.
But Williams - through a spokesperson - has denied the accusations, telling The Telegraph they're "a complete fabrication and nonsense".
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