By Rebecca Davison for MailOnline
Published: 12:11 BST, 8 May 2020 | Updated: 12:27 BST, 8 May 2020
Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop shop in Notting Hill has been targeted by vandals who left a heap of manure at the door.
Two wheelbarrow-loads of excrement were tipped against the door of the shop overnight, attracting flies and making people walking past feel unwell.
A local resident told The Sun: 'This is a smart parade of boutique shops with A-lister celebs such as Damon Albarn and Steven Spielberg very nearby.
'Someone has it in for Gwyneth': Paltrow’s Notting Hill Goop shop has been targeted by vandals who left a giant heap of manure on the doorstep
'Someone has it in for Gwyneth. It’s a real puzzle. The mess appeared overnight. It was left right up against the door and cannot be a coincidence.
'Gwyneth could have a phantom muck-spreader on her hands.'
The shop is not open at the moment due to the coronavirus lockdown and the publication said the manure was left on Wednesday and remained on Thursday.
Incredible: Gwyneth, 47, opened the store in 2018 following the huge success of her controversial well-being website and the brand is now said to be worth $250m
Gwyneth, 47, opened the store in 2018 following the huge success of her controversial well-being website.
It's stocked floor-to-ceiling with skincare, homeware, health supplements, clothing and Accessories - and previously had a £3,600 diamond ear cuff and a £123 'vibrator necklace' for