Allen had taken to Twitter to argue that the family renting the London property from her were refusing to leave.
The day after a significant social media backlash when she complained that she and her family might be “homeless at Christmas”, Lily Allen looks like she might be getting her home back after all, after removal vans were spotted outside her London property.
The 32 year old also altered her security settings on Twitter, the day after she used the platform to complain that tenants who were renting her property had refused to leave, after she and her two daughters had left their house in the Cotswolds to return to London.
However, it seems that the tenants are now on their way, with removal vans being pictured outside the £1.5 million property in Notting Hill on Wednesday (December 6th), so it seems as if Lily will get her way.
Lily Allen had provoked a backlash on Twitter over the story
“Meant to be moving back into my flat this week, but my tenants just dropped that they can’t find anywhere to go up to their standards,” she had tweeted to her followers the previous day. “Then they said they’re diplomats and have diplomatic immunity and there’s nothing I can do about it. So, who fancies a family of three for Xmas?”
However, she got little sympathy from Twitter, with many replying to her and dubbing her a “champagne socialist” and a “hypocrite”.
The Italian tenants who were renting the flat from the ‘Smile’ singer spoke to The Sun the next day and said that she had misrepresented their stance.
“We are going to leave. I just asked for a couple of days. I’m really astonished. I don’t know why she did this. We are diplomats. But I don’t want to make trouble to our embassy. This is so stupid. I can’t believe this,” one of them said.