Steven Gerrard's X-mas party interrupted by cops for 2nd time in a year
Police were called to Steven Gerrard's house for the second time in 11 months, after his late night Christmas party on Sunday got a little too noisy for the neighbours.
The cops arrived at 2.20 am at the Christmas party, believed to be attended by the Gerrard's teammates and WAGs.
A neighbour reported "excessive" music blaring from the 32-year-old footie ace's luxury Merseyside pad.
Guests are thought to have included comedian John Bishop, the 2010 'X Factor' runner-up Rebecca Ferguson, ex-'Emmerdale' actress Sheree Murphy and her hubby, former Liverpool star Harry Kewell.
"We received a noise complaint in the early hours of Sunday," the Sun quoted a police spokesman as saying.
"Officers were called at about 2.20am by a member of the public regarding excessive noise coming from a property in Formby.
"A patrol attended and a person at the property was spoken to. No further police action was taken," the spokesman said.
Police arrived at Gerrard's home in Formby in January after 4am reports of loud music at a belated Christmas party.
That party featured fire-eaters and girl dancers in giant cocktail glasses.