Noel Gallagher claims his sex-crazed stalker ‘tried to get into his hotel room’

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Noel Gallagher is being harassed by a sex-crazed ­female stalker.

The former Oasis guitarist, 54, who is married, has been plagued by the woman for years and she even follows him around Europe on tour.

He said: “I was signing things for fans after a gig and I spoke to her and then I noticed her at the next gig and then the gig after that and then she started trying to get backstage.

"Once I was in Belgium and I had to get the police involved.

"This stalker has been at every gig and she goes to the front and she does all these suggestive hand movements, it’s weird, this ‘come to me’ sex stuff."

Noel continued: "I get back to the hotel and there’s this knock on the door and it’s this girl, I recognise her by looking through the little peephole, as she keeps knocking she’s getting more irate.

"So I text my security guard, I hear my security come and there’s an altercation outside.

"They're fighting and I’m sitting on the end of the bed with a little tub of Pringles eating while she gets carted off by the hotel security and then the police come to the hotel."

Speaking on pal Matt Morgan’s podcast, Noel said: "They were like, 'We can only move her outside but she’s still waiting. Do you want us to do anything.'

"I was like, ‘Nah, she’ll be gone in the morning.'"

He added: “The security guard stayed outside the hotel room all night and I got up in the morning and he said, \You’re not going to ­believe this – she’s sat in the café ­directly across the street.'

"She was sat in the café window doing the same suggestive hand movements."

Noel recently reflected on his upcoming High Flying Birds album that will have an "orchestral" sound to it.

He explained: "There is a track on the album called ‘Dead To The World’, which is one of the best songs I have ever written.

"It gives people goosebumps. It’s quite orchestral and a bit like Midnight Cowboy.

"The whole album has got a vibe, there’s 10 songs and six of them have got strings."

The star revealed he made a "conscious decision" to head in an orchestral decision following the album Who Built The Moon? which he described as being "electronic and psychedelic" with "beats and all that kind of things."

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