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Pictures emerge of Liam Gallagher ‘grabbing’ girlfriend as pair insist it’s all a ‘pack of lies’

Photos of the moment Liam Gallagher appeared to grab girlfriend Debbie Gwyther have emerged. Images from CCTV footage from the incident at the Chiltern Firehouse, it has been claimed, appear to show Liam Gallagher turning back to try and take hold of girlfriend Debbie before she throws her head back to escape his grasp. The CCTV footage begins with the pair coming through a doorway before Debbie stumbles from Liam. The singer moves past his girlfriend and walks ahead, before suddenly turning around and appearing to reach back at Debbie – who turns away.

The former Oasis singer then walks off down the corridor while Debbie appears to hide in an alcove.

A passing waiter spots her and pauses to talk to her Debbie for a brief moment, before walking off while looking back. However, both Debbie and the Oasis frontman have called the story of him hurting her a ‘pack of lies’, with the 45-year-old asserting he’d never lay a finger on a woman.

Debbie said: ‘It feels like they’re on a witch hunt to dirty Liam’s name. Our relationship is stronger than ever. Liam’s never laid a hand on me. It is completely ridiculous.’ The pair insist it’s all a ‘pack of lies’ Liam also denied the altercation on Twitter, writing: ‘Firstly I have never put my hands on any woman in a vicious manner. Secondly, there is only 1 witch and we all know who that is.. as you were LG x’.

The incident took place at the famous Marylebone venue where the pair had gone after eating at Scott’s restaurant in Mayfair; they reportedly enjoyed several beers together. Since the incident, Liam has returned to the stage, performing in Paris at the Rock En Seine festival.


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Emma Jones
Emma Jones is an entertainment journalist for UKCelebrityNews and other magazines. The author or coauthor of ten books, Emma has sold several million copies since 2006. She worked for eleven years as a writer and editor at the national news biweekly WORLD magazine.