Troubled reggae star Finley Quaye has been accused of 'kicking in' a B&B's front door and calling guests 'c***s' during a drink-fuelled rampage after a Cornwall show.
The 'Even After All' singer is alleged to have caused significant damage to his accommodation during the night and was described by staff as a 'lunatic'.
A hotel owner said the singer, from Edinburgh, ended up in the wrong room and woke everyone up by banging an iron bar.
The singer (pictured posing for a selfie with musician Rosie Crow at the gig in Truro) is accused of rampaging through his hotel after the show
The reggae artist was tipped to be one of Britain's biggest stars after winning a BRIT in 1998 for best male solo star but has become infamous for his bad behaviour in recent years.
His much-anticipated appearance at the Old Bakery in Truro on Friday night had been hailed a success on stage with Quaye seen sipping a beer during the show and then swigging a bottle of brandy backstage afterwards.
But witnesses say things turned sour later in the night. The owner of the B&B where he stayed after the gig described the 45-year-old going on a rampage.
The man, who said he did not want himself or his premises named, said: 'He turned up around midnight with a bottle of brandy and was an absolute gent to me, though he did get the wrong house first. He gave me a big hug and I thought he'd gone to bed.
'Our night manager described him as behaving like a lunatic after that. He kicked a hole in the front door, cracking the aluminum, and he called a couple of guests "c***s".
'He did not physically threaten our manager but he was intimidating. He climbed up outside the building and was banging an iron bar, waking everyone up.
The troubled singer is pictured on stage at The Old Bakery before he allegedly vandalised a hotel and woke up people staying there
'I showed him to his room earlier in the evening when he was a gentleman but during the night he managed to get into one of our other properties and ended up in an empty room. We were very lucky as it was the only room unoccupied. Who knows what could have happened if he'd tried to get into one of the other rooms.'
The owner added: 'At 9.30 in the morning he walked into the breakfast room, which was full of guests, and