A feud between pop star Robbie Williams and Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page has reportedly turned nasty, with the Take That star accused of blasting his neighbour with music by 70s rivals Black Sabbath in a row over building work at his Victorian mansion. Williams, 44, was granted conditional approval past year to start the construction work.
The pair's feud began shortly after Williams bought the £17m property in 2013.
Williams was granted planning permission in December but work can not begin until councillors receive reassurance that vibration levels and ground movement issues will be monitored.
Page had contended that the proposed work could not only damage the structural integrity of his own dwelling, but would also see him lose privacy, with Williams' plans allowing him to see into Page's property.
The Led Zeppelin song The Battle of Evermore seems apt for the animosity between its guitarist Jimmy Page and his neighbour Robbie Williams.
Johnny wrote: "There have also been some reports that Robbie Williams has dressed up to imitate..."
The letter also stated that the loud music "upsets" Page.
What's been most annoying is that Mr. Williams has played rock arch-rival bands Black Sabbath, Pink Floyd, and Deep Purple. "He obviously knows this upsets Mr Jimmy Page".
But Williams - through a spokesperson - has denied the accusations, telling The Telegraph they're "a complete fabrication and nonsense".
The public relations manager for Jimmy Page told The Telegraph that he hopes to "arrange a meeting" between the two musicians soon in order to settle their dispute.
Whatever the case, this is turning into a series of events better than any sitcom writer could ever imagine.