British environmental officers are reportedly planning to interrogate renowned campaigner Heather Mills, following complaints of noise pollution at her recent birthday party.
Dozens of guests reportedly attended her 40th birthday celebrations, which held in a marquee at her mansion in East Sussex, England, on 12 January.
An environmental health officer spokesman has confirmed that irked by Mills' loud partying, her neighbours were compelled to make official complaints to the local council.
"We received four complaints about noise from loud music and a generator," Contactmusic quoted him as saying.
Mills, the estranged wife of Sir Paul McCartney, is currently locked in a bitter divorce battle with the Beatles legend.
She is said to be planning to move back to her former home in Brighton after selling the nine-bedroom East Sussex property, so that she may pay her spiralling legal bills.