Chelsea star Ruben Loftus-Cheek infuriates his neighbours by blasting X-rated drill rap from the again backyard of his £1.8million Surrey house
- Ruben Loftus-Cheek angered neighbours by enjoying ‘offensive’ music loudly
- Midfielder performs it from ‘large audio system’ on six foot excessive decking within the backyard
- Mom has submitted retrospective planning utility for the construction
- One neighbour stated decking is ‘more and more intrusive’ as star hosts events on it
By Sebastian Murphy-bates For Mailonline
Printed: 05:19 EDT, 9 September 2019 | Up to date: 05:39 EDT, 9 September 2019
Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek has infuriated his neighbours by blasting ‘offensive’ drill music from the again backyard of his £1.8million Surrey house.
One neighbour claims she recurrently has to ‘scream over the fence to get the quantity turned down’ in leafy Cobham.
She has additionally complained to Elmbridge Borough Council concerning the footballer’s utility to maintain six foot excessive decking in his backyard, which a resident advised Surrey Reside was ‘unlawfully erected’.
Loftus-Cheek (left, enjoying for Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Could 15 and, proper, at Wimbledon this 12 months) has infuriated his neighbours by enjoying ‘offensive’ drill music at his Surrey mansion
The star has angered neighbours who stay on this highway in Cobham, Surrey, together with his decking in addition to the music he performs
Her letter to the authority fumed that the construction is ‘more and more intrusive’ because the star hosts events on it.
One other supply advised The Solar: ‘On a sunny day they play deafening drill and rap music from large audio system on the decking – and the lyrics are fairly offensive.’
Loftus-Cheek’s mom, Juliette, has lodged papers with the council in regards to the decking, which was constructed three years in the past.
Planners are set to determine whether or not the England ace should scrap the construction later this month.
The star’s home (pictured) was struck by lighting in November 2017. This was his third brush with a bolt
A grievance to the council reads: ‘We oppose the unlawfully erected decking in our neighbour’s backyard because it has been constructed to a peak that offers a view/vantage level into our backyard and instantly into the rear home windows of our property when on the highest degree. We’ve got actually misplaced the privateness of our backyard.’
Loftus-Cheek confronted one other property battle two years in the past as he rowed with residents over an extension on his five-bedroom house near Chelsea’s coaching floor.
A neighbour had complained that his deliberate two-storey storage extension would permit direct views into their backyard and devalue the property.
Lightning struck the property in November 2017, when the then-Crystal Palace participant revealed it was the third time he’d nearly been hit.