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Jeremy Clarkson revealed that he often throws complaint letters from his neighbors in the bin.

Writing in his latest column for The sun the former Top Gear presenter now has regrets as he faces what he could have been sued for.

It began: “A London couple have been awarded damages who said the noise made by a young family living above them in a luxury block of flats was “torture”.

“This is scary.

“Because I also have a flat in London and over the years I have ignored several noise complaint letters from the man who lives in the flat below.”

One letter read: “I know you’re a serious gentleman but could you try to walk around your flat in a more light manner”.

The car-enthusiastic farmer insisted his neighbour’s complaint was thrown straight into the bin but admitted he is now having second thoughts about his decision.

“But now I know that I could be sued for making sounds, I will have to be more careful,” he said.

Jeremy said he will resort to wearing slippers, drinking slimming juices and not playing his music too loud on the stereo to try and please his neighbour.

His comments come after businessman Sergey Grazhdankin and his wife, Maria, claimed their lives in the gated art deco development in West Kensington, London, were “tortured” after neighbors moved into the £1.1m flat above them and to rip up the carpets.

The couple said they were subjected to a constant assault of noise through the new wooden floors upstairs – including children playing and crying, jostling joists, footsteps and noisy conversations.

Judge Tracy Bloom ruled in favor of the couple and the upstairs neighbors also had to pay restitution as part of the bill for their lawyers’ fees.

Meanwhile, it has since been reported that Jeremy has agreed to sign a new deal with Amazon for three more series of Clarkson’s Farm.

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