WEST HAM are investigating allegations that Jake Livermore was abused over the death of his child.
The West Brom midfielder, 28, shoved a fan and a steward in ugly scenes at the London Stadium last night.
West Ham have identified the fan involved and have called them to the club for a meeting today.
Video footage has emerged which shows the West Brom midfielder involved in a confrontation as he was being substituted in the 64th minute.
Both clubs plan a full investigation.
Livermore’s son died in 2013 when his partner went into labour, sending the former Hull midfielder into a downward spiral that led to him facing a two-year ban after testing positive for cocaine.
The seven-cap England midfielder has previously spoken about agony he suffered over Jake Junior’s death.
In 2016, he told the Mail: “The way in which (his death) happened made it difficult to fight my own demons.
“If you lose a child in God’s hands it is completely different. To find out why he had died, that was too much for my head and my heart to take.
“That pain and hurt, it makes you do desperate things. I wasn’t thinking of the consequences.
“I was broken. Most people out there will have a son, a nephew, a little brother.
“So for me, it was a relief. The drugs were irrelevant. It could have been drugs, a gun, a car crash or whatever, the self-destruct button was the problem.”
Baggies boss Alan Pardew said: “The only thing I know is I see Jake in the crowd, which disturbed me. Obviously you don’t want to see a player in the crowd.
“There’s no way he’s going in the crowd — because I know him, he’s a great lad — unless he was provoked severely.”
Pardew admitted he did not hear whether or not his player was abused.
He added: “I’m afraid I haven’t had a chance to talk to Jake.”
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In separate footage, Albion No2 John Carver can be seen pointing and remonstrating with stewards after the altercation.
Livermore was eventually led away down the tunnel and both clubs will investigate today.
The row overshadowed a dramatic match in which West Ham came from a goal down to beat their relegation rivals with an injury-time winner.
Two goals from Andy Carroll lifted the Hammers out of the bottom three.
Home boss David Moyes said: “Two great goals, a great centre-forward’s header, as good as it gets.
“I don’t think any defender could stop his leap and jump. The other shows great quality, tight angle, to complete the finish.”
Carroll, who had not scored since April 1, said: “It has been a while, I am obviously relieved.
“It was a tough game. We are disappointed with the goal we gave away, but we had to keep pushing them and we did that and got the goals.
“It was tough, I was tired at the end, but if I didn’t get into the box at the end I would have been given some stick by the staff.”
Moyes added: “I’ve got to say, for long periods it didn’t look likely we’d win.
“We lost a goal in the last minute at Bournemouth which should have counted. Newcastle scored an offside goal here. Tonight, things went for us.”
Pardew said: “It’s heart-breaking for the players. We were hanging on physically and mentally.
“It’s very evident on the pitch because we lose Matt Phillips in the warm-up, my most influential player offensively.
“But still we put in a great first half. It’s very difficult to criticise my team.”