Robbie Williams 'blasting Black Sabbath' at Jimmy Page, letter claims

Brunilde Fioravanti
Gennaio 14, 2019

Now the former Take That member has been accused of "blasting Black Sabbath music" to torment his rock star neighbour over their home extension argument.

The pair's feud began shortly after Williams bought the £17m property in 2013.

Despite this, December saw Robbie Williams emerge victorious in his battle, though he was told he would have to adhere to strict regulations in regards to "vibration and ground movement", with The Guardian also noting Williams had previously been fined for breaching noise regulations.

Robbie Williams and Jimmy Page are the sort of rivals you see in "Bad Neighbours".

The local resident, known only as Johnny, reportedly wrote to the council to outline Robbie Williams' actions for the appeals process.

"The committee may not have been aware that Robbie Williams has been playing loud '70s rock music on outside speakers when he views Jimmy Page outside his home".

A letter to the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea states that as well as Sabbath, the singer has been playing Pink Floyd and Deep Purple songs at high volume, as "he knows this upsets" the 75-year-old Led Zeppelin guitarist, who has lived at Tower House for more than 46 years.

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.

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.

But Williams - through a spokesperson - has denied the accusations, telling The Telegraph they're "a complete fabrication and nonsense".

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