Poor Gwyneth? Paltrow’s Neighbors Post Mocking Posters Around Her L.A. Home

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Oct. 6 2014, Published 4:57 p.m. ET

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This isn’t Gwyneth Paltrow’s year.

The GOOPster has been having it rough as of late with a “conscious uncoupling” from her husband, Chris Martin, and now a neighborhood coup. That’s right – Paltrow’s neighbors have taken to the streets, literally, and have hung photoshopped posters of the star posed in front of a drone with the caption “Obama Drone.”

As previously reported, Paltrow is set to have President Barack Obama over at her Los Angeles home on October 9 for a fundraiser, dinner and reception. Seats at the event range from $1,000 to a whopping $32,400.

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Something about the fundraiser seemingly has sent some neighbors into a tizzy. But this isn’t the first time Paltrow has upset her fellow residents.

She and her former Coldplay hubby upset their neighborhood when they planted four layers of huge fir trees surrounding their property and installed a huge nine-foot black gate that violated zoning laws.

A complaint had been filed with the Los Angeles Department of Building and Safety, but nothing had been done after a year, which didn’t sit well with neighbors who became exhausted with living next to a constant “building site.”

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“There was always work being done at the house,” one neighbor revealed to Radar. “I only got annoyed when the workmen would illegally park in my driveway and they hadn’t even spoken to me about it.”

Instead of dealing with their neighbors’ complaints head-on, the A-list couple instead hired a middleman to deal with all of the hoopla.

“I spoke to a guy called Oliver who seems to deal with all their issues to do with their neighbors, the house and community,” the source told Radar. “He sorted it.”

“We never got to see Gwyneth; we’d only go through Oliver,” the source explained.

Maybe Oliver will be in charge of the unsightly posters!

Do you think her neighbors should have created these posters ahead of the president’s arrival? Sound off in the comments below!



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