Lily Allen's quiet family dinner at a restaurant in London on Sunday night (06Dec09) ended in a fight, after a group of men refused to give up their table for the pop star.
The Smile singer booked into the Paradise eaterie in Kensal Green, north west London to celebrate her sister Sarah's 30th birthday.
But when the group, including Allen's mother Allison and brother Alfie, arrived they found another party sitting at their table.
And when restaurant staff asked the men to move, the scene turned violent.
A source tells British newspaper the Daily Mirror, "Lily and her family all got to the Paradise to have a nice meal for Sarah's birthday. But there seemed to be a mix up with the rooms. The group that were in there appeared quite lairy and worse for wear (drunk).
"Lily and her family asked them to move, but once they saw Lily they got really mouthy (aggressive). There was some pushing and shoving as they refused to move and someone called the police."
A police spokesperson confirmed two men aged 40 and 43 were arrested on suspicion of affray, with the older man also suspected of assault.
A rep for Allen's mother Allison says, "They had booked to have a meal in the private dining room. There must have been a mix up as there was already a group in there."