B*Witched star relives horror as ‘angry neighbour threatened her with chainsaw’

B*Witched singer Edele Lynch claims a neighbour threatened her with a chainsaw shortly after she moved back to Ireland when the band was dropped by Sony.

Sharing the horrifying incident on the Starting Over with BWitched podcast, Edele said the incident occurred shortly after the band was dropped by in 2001.

Edele said she had settled on buying a three-bedroom property but ended up rowing with a neighbour who came at her with a chainsaw.

The altercation allegedly happened after the star asked her neighbour to remove his bathroom suite out of her garden.

She said her first home was a property she had "loved" but the neighbour beside her became "so angry" that he "went back into the house and he came out with a chainsaw."

Edele said: "It was a crazy time. I moved back to Ireland and I bought my first home. In fact, it was a funny story. The first home I bought, it was a three-bedroom house, which I absolutely loved and I wanted to dress it up to exactly how I wanted it to be.

"And just before I moved in, the neighbour who was moving in beside us – he had moved his bathroom our into my garden, so I was like ‘eh’. I had worker men coming.

"So I said can you move the bathroom because I’ve worker men coming and I don’t want to break your bathroom suite’ and he was like ‘excuse me? and he got really annoyed."

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She added: "I didn’t mind it there, but I had people coming in and out and I didn’t want to break his bathroom suite because you’re going to hold me responsible.

“But he got so angry that he went back into the house and he came out with a chainsaw turned the bloody thing and came at me and my dad with it going absolutely mental.

“So that was a notice from above that I do not want to move into this house. Needless to say, I never moved in there."

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The singer later opened up about how she became "intimidated" by normal day-to-day life after the band split up.

Edele said she felt paranoid walking around the supermarket with a trolley as she felt like "people were staring at me."

She said: "I remember feeling really intimidated by the normal stuff.

"Emotionally it was huge for the band to end and not knowing where you were going to go.

"I didn’t even know what I wanted on my plate for dinner because my food was kind of bought for us really for the guts of four years and I remember going into the supermarket and feeling like people were staring at me because I was such an amateur shopper.

"On reflection it is so silly because everybody starts there and doesn’t know what they’re doing anyway, and I highly doubt anyone was looking."

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