The family of ENGLAND ace Phil Foden provoked complaints with police for holding a “music festival” with a blaring sound system on Mother’s Day.
The young star bought the six-bed, £2.85million pile in a quiet Cheshire village three years ago for his parents.
His club Manchester City have been dubbed Noisy Neighbors for their rivalry with Man United – but on Sunday all the noise came from his mansion.
Angry neighbors complained about a rave-style party with a DJ. At the time of the brawl, Foden, 21, was preparing with the England squad for tonight’s friendly against Ivory Coast.
Locals claimed the party started with Whitney Houston ballads before later moving on to dance music and an MC set.
One said: “It was pretty loud and went on for ages – but then it got out of control.”
Neighbor Maureen Bye, 81, said: “It was awful. All you could hear was the “boom, boom, boom” of the music. I don’t mind a party, but not all day.
“It started around noon or 1 p.m. and lasted until just before ten. One of our neighbors went to complain and was told, ‘It’s not late and it’s not noisy’ and then she was taken away.”
Other residents complained about the event on a community Facebook page.
Charlotte Muncaster said: “Thinking of all my neighbors tonight – Happy Mother’s Day. I was asked to turn the music down. Don’t get your hopes up.”
Seline Waters added: “Sounds like we’re next to a festival. This weekend has been ruined for many and there will be far too many tired kids struggling to wake up for school today.
“What can we do as a community to stop his antisocial behavior?”
Cheshire Police confirmed they had received a noise complaint at 8.50pm.
It was forwarded to the local council, who said they would investigate.
A source close to Foden, who has two children with partner Rebecca, said the star no longer lives at the property and insisted the party didn’t start until 5pm.
They added: “A neighbor complained about the noise and the music was turned down. The party was over at 9:50pm.”
Foden’s mum Claire, 41, was involved in a fight last month after her son was verbally abused by a group of other viewers following Kell Brooks’ victory over British boxing rival Amir Khan.
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