Musician Liam Gallagher got into a blazing row with his girlfriend and sources claim he grabbed her by the throat and called her a witch.
The former Oasis front-man argued with his girlfriend, Debbie Gwyther when a source says he lost control at the Chiltern Firehouse in Marlybone, London.
A source told The Sun: Liam and Debbie had been arguing and then he just completely lost control and went at her.
He was aggressively pushing her down the corridor. Then he stopped and turned away and she started to follow him.
He suddenly wheeled around, reached out and pushed her by the throat with one hand and while holding what looked like a bottle of beer in the other.
The source recalled the details of the incident, observing that Debbies head was thrown back by the force of his hand. Liam totally lost it.
Liam left Debbie, 34, in the corridor, and he was reportedly escorted out by a security guard.
According to The Sun, the pair had arrived with a friend at approximately 10pm and were seen drinking beers at the bar.
The source claims that at 1am someone told security that Gallagher was being aggressive, and after he went outside, the source said: People could hear Liam shouting “shes a witch. It was her fault. She is a witch. She is a f**king witch.”
Debbie left soon after, apparently in tears.
The pair have been together for four years.
This was the second time they were seen arguing in public. The first was two years ago at Soho Farmhouse in Oxfordshire in January 2016.
Liam Gallaghers reps have been contacted for comment.
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