She has even been abused at her local shopping centre, the Mill Centre, in Blackburn, West Lothian, where she was called an 'old, ugly b****'.
Many people blame single parent families for the way some children behave, whilst others put it down to poverty and a feeling of hopelessness, however there is no two ways about it this sort of behaviour does need address, for a well aimed rock or well aimed lighted piece of paper can be a killer.
A witness told the newspaper: "They were throwing stones, screaming and shouting things".
"Another time 10 to 15 of them were surrounding and throwing stuff".
In addition to verbal abuse, one witness described seeing a bus Susan was on pelted with stones by the gang, who later threw a lit piece of paper at her.
One neighbour said of the abuse: "Since finding fame she has been getting hassle off the youngsters".
"They [the teen gangs] pick on the most vulnerable people".
The singer, who shot to fame for her rendition of I Dreamed A Dream on Britain's Got Talent in 2009, now lives in the three-bedroom council home she grew up in.
A spokesperson for Susan said they're planning to contact the police to ensure the singer's safety. The other neighbors will chase them off if they see anything'.
Having shot to worldwide stardom, Susan Boyle has everything.
Neighbours have said she has been forced to deal with increased intimidation since acquiring stardom.
A 2016 incident at Heathrow, also saw Boyle carried out of the BA lounge by police. With guidance, I can stay on a level.
Boyle's condition means her behavior is unpredictable and a hint of stress can cause a meltdown. And while she's sold 25-million records worldwide, she is committed to living a humble life.
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'Susan likes to live the life she has always had. The police should find these little thugs and lock them up'.