Why is Amy Winehouse facing arrest?
Amy Winehouse could face arrest after she allegedly attacked two men on an all-night bender in London.
The troubled singer faces police questioning after claims she ‘headbutted’ a man who tried to help her into a cab outside a bar and allegedly punched a second man in the face.
According to the Sun, a source said the singer also kissed a mystery man at a nightspot, and in one bar threw drinks around and overturned tables while she screamed ‘I am a legend…I want to take drugs’.
The paper also claimed she was seen smoking what looked suspiciously like weed in the street after a night out with Mik Whitnall, guitarist in Pete Doherty’s band Babyshambles, at The Good Mixer pub in Camden.
Once inside the pub, she is said to have hit Mustapha el Mounmi after he refused to give way to her at the pool table.
The 27-year-old Moroccan musician said: ‘I feel so angry. She smashed my face hard. I could not hit back- she’s a woman.’
After arriving home at 4am a dishevelled Amy then had to break into her own home in the early hours of yesterday after losing her keys.
Her husband Blake Fielder-Civil, who is currently in a North London jail awaiting trial over allegedly perverting hte course of justice and assault charges, is said to be increasingly frustrated about his wife’s behaviour.
His mother, Georgette Civil, said: ‘Blake will get stick about this from fellow inmates.
‘Her behaviour has spiralled out of control. She’s made a complete fool of herself and I hope my son divorces her.
The hard partying came after working at producer Mark Ronson’s house, where she has been concentrating on finishing the much-anticipated theme tune to the next Bond film, Quantum of Solace.
Meanwhile, Winehouse and Blake – who celebrate their one-year anniversary next month – have reportedly been offered £2 million to pen a tell-all book about their lives and marriage.
The pair are said to be in talks with Penguin Publishing about a dish-the-dirt book deal. One source said: ‘They are prepared for it to be warts and all.’