Award-winning British actress Carey Mulligan was reportedly evicted from her London home two years ago after a series of noisy parties, according to the star's former neighbours.
The 24 year old rented an apartment in the Highgate area of north London with three friends between 2007 and 2008 while she was working in local bar The Flask.
But Mulligan's former neighbours at the Cholmeley Lodge estate claim they had to contact the residents' board to report regular disturbances at the ground-floor property, and the four pals were eventually asked to leave when the board refused to renew their lease.
One resident tells Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, "We had to get rid of them, it was getting too noisy. They always had people coming and going, there was shouting and music playing late at night. Several of them worked there (at the pub). The pub would shut and... they would bring everyone back here. They would come down thinking they'd carry on here and have a few drinks but it got too noisy for the other residents - they got very angry about it.
"Doors would be left open with people coming in and out. There was shouting and the music was enough to wake people. Most of the residents here are professionals and it got too much. In the end, we had to ask them to leave. Their contract was for a year and when it came up for renewal the board asked them to leave."
Mulligan now shares an apartment with a friend in nearby Holloway, north London, which is owned by her family.