Sean Bean has denied throwing a glass at his wife during a reported "nine-hour bender" on a British Airways flight.
The Game of Thrones actor, 60, and his fifth wife Ashley Moore, 33, were said to have argued on a flight to London's Heathrow Airport from Vancouver, Canada, after drinking wine.
The Sun had reported that the couple, who have been married since 2017, had been downing drinks in the first class cabin before a row kicked off on Saturday.
However, Sean's reps have now told Mirror Online that the story isn't true and the couple weren't drinking on the flight.
The paper claimed that the argument started when Ashley poured her full glass of white wine into Sean's lap when they were in neighbouring beds in the cabin.
Sean was then said to have flown into a rage and threw the glass.
A member of the cabin crew reportedly stepped in to try and calm them down.
Sean's rep told Mirror Online: "They didn't drink any wine, nothing was poured in Sean's lap and he didn’t throw a glass.
"The story isn't true."
The actor's notable film roles include Boromir in the Lord of the Rings movies and Janus in GoldenEye.
He played the lead role in ITV series Sharpe, which originally ran from 1993 to 1997.
Other TV roles include World on Fire, The Bill and Inspector Morse.
But his most notable TV character in recent years is Ned Stark in Game of Thrones.
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