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Winehouse's husband sent back to prison

Amy Winehouse’s husband Blake Fielder-Civil, has been sent back to prison after failing a routine drugs test.

Amy Winehouse 'back in hospital'

Singer Amy Winehouse is back in hospital after reacting badly to medication, according to reports today.

Winehouse husband 'didn't tell of jail release'

Amy Winehouse's mother has hit out at her son-in-law for not telling her daughter he was about to be released from jail.

Amy Winehouse leaves hospital

Singer Amy Winehouse was discharged from hospital this morning after receiving emergency treatment for a reaction to "medication".

Family affair as Winehouse waxwork unveiled

A waxwork of Amy Winehouse was unveiled by her parents today, the petite figure towering almost 6ft tall in killer heels and a huge beehive.

Amy Winehouse's husband jailed for 27 months

Singer Amy Winehouse's husband was today jailed for trial-fixing and beating up a former pub landlord.

Amy Winehouse taken to clinic

The troubled singer Amy Winehouse was last night in hospital undergoing tests after fainting at her home.

Man beaten up by Fielder-Civil 'was paid £200,000 bribe'

A pub landlord who was beaten so badly by Amy Winehouse's husband that he needed metal plates put in his face accepted a £200,000 bribe to try to save his attacker from jail, a court heard.

Amy Winehouse's husband admits publican attack

Amy Winehouse's husband has admitted attacking a pub landlord, it can be revealed today.

Amy Winehouse to appear at Glastonbury

Amy Winehouse will perform at this year's Glastonbury Festival, organisers revealed today.

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Doherty and Winehouse use baby mice to get her video message across to Blake Fielder-Civil's prison cell

Come on Amy Winehouse, get a grip on yourself

The troubled singer has so much going for her – but she's now in serious danger of exhausting all sympathy

Winehouse arrested on suspicion of headbutting man outside bar

An exhausted-looking Amy Winehouse attended a central London police station yesterday, where she was arrested on suspicion of assault.

Winehouse faces police quiz over 'assault'

Troubled pop star Amy Winehouse today arrived at a central London police station to be questioned over an alleged assault.

Amy forgets her troubles on night of Grammy glory

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