Amy Winehouse apologises for shocking new home video
Amy Winehouse has apologised following the release of yet another shocking home video, which features her singing a racist chant.
Winehouse's husband Blake Fielder-Civil filmed the home video, which shows Amy and a friend singing a racist chant to the tune of Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes.
To see the shocking video, visit the News of the World here here.
In another section of the video, Amy is filmed asleep while a friend discusses what drugs she has taken. Speaking to Fielder-Civil he says, 'A little bit of E, a little bit of C and a few beers, watched telly, smoked crack.'
The newspaper also obtained a number of photos of Amy in various compromising states, including one picturing her surrounded by silver foil and a pipe, amongst other drug paraphernalia
The source who handed the photos and videos to the paper revealed that she did so to show Fielder-Civil's hold over the troubled singer.
'Some might say Blake's been the unwitting architect of Amy's downfall,' the source explained. 'But to risk all Amy's achievements and all her future by committing this sort of material to camera is beyond the pale.'
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