Susan Boyle's Neighbors File Noise Complaint, Call Singing 'Unbearable'

Sounds like Susan Boyle might be giving someone else Les Miserables.

Neighbors of the 'Britain's Got Talent' sensation have filed a noise complaint against Boyle claiming that her singing is too much to bear.

"I don't know if she has a karaoke machine or what but it is loud. It goes on for hours," complained Teresa Miller, 39, Boyle's neighbor in Blackburn, UK.

According to ABC News, Boyle has lived in the house for years — well before her breakout performance on 'Britain's Got Talent' — and reps claim she has a second, more posh home across town where she keeps her piano for practicing singing.

They also say the neighbor's whining is actually retaliation for a series of Boyle's noise complaints against Miller.

"This is a malicious complaint against Susan — nothing but tit for tat," reports the Sun.

A friend also told the Sun that Boyle has called the police on Miller and her fiancé Paul Keaveney several times after hearing them fighting.

"She was concerned they might hurt each other. She was scared."

ABC News confirmed that there's been an ongoing feud between the two neighbors. Miller said Boyle became different with her new-found stardom.

“She was alright for a month or two but then she went to America and totally changed,” said Miller, “I don’t hate her. I feel sorry for her," added Miller.

Boyle was recently making headlines for an outburst at a busy motorway service station, reportedly over "distress and agitation" from a busy tour schedule.

At the end of June it was reported that she would be given an honorary degree from Edinburgh's Queen Margaret University for her contribution to the creative industries.