Protesters have taken over the £11million mansion in protest at the dictator’s hellish regime.
Liam, 38, who lives just three streets away from the Hampstead pad in north London, waded in with his own Masterplan.
An aide of the singer arrived at the house last week and told the squatters: “I’m here on behalf of a wealthy neighbour who would like to help your cause. If you need money, I’ll go and get it.”
One of the squatters said: “We asked him who this mystery man was but he wouldn’t say. Eventually he said he was from the music industry, one of the Oasis brothers.
“He then confirmed it was this man, Liam Gallagher.
“He said he wanted, ‘freedom, man, freedom’.
“We politely declined the offer but thanked him for his generosity.”
The squatters have vowed to stay holed-up in the eight-bed mansion until Gaddafi falls.
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