Rocker Courtney Love reportedly had too much fun at the Coachella Music Festival.

Page Six claims the singer was kicked out of "notorious after party" Neon Carnival on Saturday, April 16.

"She went to Neon Carnival and got kicked out for being too drunk in the VIP area," a party insider told the news organization.

A rep for the singer declined to comment, but sources close to Love insisted she wasn't evicted from the party.

The event is held on an airport tarmac and was attended this year by celebs like Leonardo DiCaprio, Rihanna and Kesha to name a few. "She was literally falling over," the Page Six insider added. "It just became a little too sloppy, and she was removed. She wasn't coherent at all."

Earlier in the evening, Love, mother of Frances Cobain, posted shots of herself enjoying the festivities on Instagram. She posed with her boyfriend, director Nick Jarecki.

She also cheesed next to Bajan bad gal Rihanna.

Although Love has experienced a well-documented struggle with addiction in the past, the singer said she was "sober" in a 2012 interview with addiction web site The Fix. She also told David Letterman in 2015 that she found religion and was off all drugs.

"There are no more drugs," she told the former talk-show legend. "What really saved me was, obviously going to meetings and stuff like that, but I'm a Buddhist. I chant and I'm really serious about it. I chant twice a day."

The Hole singer's rep didn't have a comment about the star allegedly getting kicked out of the party, but sources close to the Love insist these allegations are completely false.