The British newspaper Daily Mirror reported Tuesday Plant, 66, turned down an $800 million offer, from Virgin Airlines' founder Richard Branson, to reconvene the band for a concert or series of concerts. Band members Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones, and Jason Bonham, son of late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, would share in the offer.
Ken Weinstein, Plant's spokesman, said Plant "has not been in receipt of any offers in recent months" has not met or communicated with Branson in 50 years and was "disappointed with any confusion this current fabricated story may bring."
The Daily Mirror reported that an unidentified source had said Jones, Page and Bonham agreed to Branson's offer. The report was picked up by other media and went viral online.
Led Zeppelin first recorded in 1968 and disbanded after John Bonham's death in 1980, and has reunited for concerts four times since, the most recent in 2007.