Saturday, November 10, 2007

Oh, yeah, Almost Forgot

Amy Winehouse in trouble again....her marriage maybe on the rocks? Did Blake the fake take advantage or did she know all along?

off of celebrity dirty laundry:

Distraught Amy Winehouse mouthed “I love you” as her husband Blake Fielder-Civil was led away from court and remanded in custody this morning.Babyshambles front man Pete Doherty, who has himself appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court, was also in the public gallery for part of Fielder-Civil’s hearing. Winehouse arrived at court to support her husband who has been charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice.

She was accompanied to court by her father Mitch. She stood at the back of the courtroom next to the glass dividing the public gallery from the dock throughout this morning’s hearing. Wearing a black top and grey pencil skirt and sporting her trademark beehive, she blew her husband kisses and mouthed “I love you” repeatedly as Fielder-Civil turned around and smiled at her. As District Judge Perkins ruled Fielder-Civil must be held in custody, Winehouse looked distraught and momentarily turned her head away from the courtroom.

and what started it all (from the Daily Mirror):

By Stephen Moyes And Jeff Edwards 10/11/2007

Amy Winehouse will be questioned next week by police probing an alleged £200,000 plot to fix her husband's assault trial.

She will be asked about accusations she knew of a plan to derail the case against Blake Fielder-Civil.

Yesterday the Mirror revealed the music video assistant was arrested on Thursday in front of tearful singer Amy, 24, after our tip off.

He was still in custody last night and was being questioned by detectives. Officers who smashed their way in to Amy's home in Camden, North London, said "significant" evidence had been found.

Items seized included
mobile phone accounts, banking details and computer software.
Amy will be treated as a witness but police sources say she could face arrest "depending on what was discovered".

But the soul singer, who has battled drugs and depression, insisted: "Blake has told me he's done nothing wrong and I believe him. Someone has set him up but whatever happens I'll be there for him."

Fielder-Civil, 25, and pal Michael Brown, 39, had been due to stand trial on Monday charged with GBH on barman James King, 36. But the pair are alleged to have offered him £200,000 plus £10,000 costs to change his story and go to Spain until the case collapsed.

King was filmed allegedly agreeing not to testify in the trial at Snarebrook crown court. That hearing has now been postponed indefinitely.

Last night King, 36, handed himself to police in Derbyshire and was arrested. Brown has also contacted officers. The alleged conspiracy emerged after two men named Ant and Jay contacted the Mirror claiming they had CCTV footage of the attack on King.

They said they were organising a deal between the barman and the pair accused of giving him a brutal beating.

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