According to reports Stephanie Davis and Jeremy McConnell's explosive rows are riling up their neighbours.
The couple, who recently rekindled their on-off romance again, have apparently been having "screaming matches" in their garden.
The pair are currently living together in Liverpool.Read more: EastEnders SPOILER: Mick rages at Woody in explosive scenes
An insider told The Sun: "They are nightmare neighbours and are always screaming and shouting in the back garden.
"The street is dominated by photographers and their cars – causing even more disturbance to those hoping for a quiet life.
"There have been a few incidents with neighbours complaining to her parents but to no avail. Understandably people are now growing tired of it."
They are nightmare neighbours and are always screaming and shouting in the back garden.
This comes shortly after Jez, 27, appeared in court earlier this month accused of assaulting Steph, 24, and causing damage to her home.
But despite being charged with the accusations and former Hollyoaks star Steph rushed to hospital due to a stress-related illness, it seems the pair have put their differences aside and are giving their relationship yet another go.
The couple, who have a baby son, Caben-Albi, together, have kept their relationship firmly in the limelight.
Former CBB star Jez shared a snap on Instagram of him and Steph enjoying a family day out together.
He captioned the picture: "Beach fun," followed by a red love heart.Read more: Liam Payne reveals Cheryl nearly ended their relationship
The star showed off his pearly whites with a huge grin as he looked at Steph.
Steph also shared a pic of the two looking happier than ever.
She wrote: "Laughs in the sun with my cheeky monkey. Before we fell in the sea @jeremymcconnellcooke."
Fans were quick to comment on the photos with some wondering whether this was finally the end to the drama between the two.
One wrote: "Great to see you together hope it works out."
"What a lovely couple but please stop splitting up every two minutes your baby needs stability," another said.
A third added: "I can't keep up with these two."