The mum of Liam Gallagher's daughter is battling to gain full custody of their little girl and only allow the Oasis star supervised access, according to reports in the US.
The Page Six column of the New York Post claims that journalist Liza Ghorbani, 39, is preparing to file for custody of baby Gemma in the Manhattan family court.
It further claims that she will request that Liam - who has not yet seen his daughter - will only be allowed to have visits under supervision.
A source told the paper: "Ghorbani is seeking sole custody of Gemma and asking the court to impose supervised visitation upon Gallagher - if he ever decides to meet and visit his daughter."
The mole contined that Liza was concerned that Liam 'lives the life of a rock star' and that she didn't want to leave Gemma in his care.
It was further allerged that Liam has 'never seen Gemma, nor spoken to her, nor has he expressed any interest in how she is doing'.
It is reported that the little girl was born after Liza had a brief relationship with married Liam, 41, after she interviewed him for the New York Times in 2010.
Liam is currently estranged from his wife Nicole Appleton, with whom he has a son Gene, 12. He also has a son Lennon from his previous marriage to Patsy Kensit, and a daughter Molly from a relationship with singer-songwriter Lisa Moorish.